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Paula asks how to take a range and turn it on its side. Episode 1173 shows you how.
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Bill Jelen: The Me. Excel Podcast is brought to you by Easy-XL. Hey, welcome back to the Mr. Excel net cast. I’m Bill Jelen with today’s question sent in by Paula. Paula lives in Washington. Paula sent me a spreadsheet with different data which I’ve changed to kind of protect the confidentiality there. Paula says, “Hey, I need to take that yellow range and turn it sideways into the blue range.”
As far as an excel pro as you want to know, this is something called transpose. Transpose traditionally was on the paste special dialog and we’ll do that first. So we’re going to copy this. I’m going to use Control C to copy and then come up here to C13 and we’re not going to paste, we’re going to paste special. So you can use paste, paste special and down here at the very bottom is something called transpose, click OK.
Alright, so now if you’re new to transpose, I need to call out one interesting problem with transpose. I like that Paula had this question “How about if I take the Iverson and move it to Iverson’s?” Really, if you think about this, really if you think about this, she could have asked how do I take this range, let's make it a green range, and move it to be in this area. I mean that would be just a very natural thing to want to do, right? But unfortunately, your transpose will not let you do that. Control C to copy, and then if we come here and try and do paste, paste special, transpose, well, the problem is going to be that the paste range include it’s one cell in common with the copy range, so when I click OK the selection is not valid here, not allowed to overlap when we’re doing transpose. You have to be very careful that you are going to a new spot.
Now, if you’re in Excel 2007 it’s even easier, you can do the copy, select the new cells and it just use paste, transpose and that will turn sideways. In Excel 2010 it’s going to be even easier with that great new visual past options dialog box but we have to wait for Excel 2010 to get to that.
So I want to thank Paula for sending that question in and I want to thank you for stopping by. See you next time for another net cast from Mr. Excel.