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In this Excel 2007 tutorial, learn how to use the paste special command to get pasted data to look exactly how you want it ...
- showing the formulas, values, formatting or anything in between.
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You may find yourself in a situation where you want to copy some information from a worksheet and paste it some where else but you don’t want it to show up exactly how you copy them. And so in order to do that you would need to paste special. So before you can paste, you need to copy it to the clipboard first. So go ahead and select the cells that you want to copy and right click and go to copy and then go to where you want to paste whether it be in this worksheet or another worksheet, click the cell where you want to begin to paste that, right click and go to paste special.
You’re going to get the paste special dialog box. You have lots of options here. You can choose to paste it all which is just regular pasting. You are pasting exactly what you just copied. You can have it where you go ahead and paste the formulas, just the values where you keep the format of the cell, where you keep any cell comments, where you keep cell validations, where you keep the original source theme and not the theme to where your pasting it to, where you paste everything except for your borders, where you keep the column widths, where you keep the formulas and the number formats and where you keep the values in the number formats.
You also have some operation choices. You can choose none, you can choose to add and this is if you were pasting over values that were already in the cells that you are pasting. You could choose to add the values that you copied to the values that you’re pasting over, subtract, to multiply, or divide those values. You can also choose to skip blanks or to transpose. Now if you are working in two different worksheets and you want to keep it this paste special options link together when you’re working with the original item that you copied and the items that you pasted. You can choose the paste link button and I will do that for you. So let’s go ahead and choose to keep just our values and we’ll choose none for operation and we’ll click OK and we got our paste special.