Episode 866 – Exact Formula Copy

October 13, 2008 at 9:00 am Leave a comment


Markus from Germany sends in this tip. Say that you have to make an exact copy of a range of formulas. It is like you need to do a CUT and PASTE, but also leave the original cells where they were. Normally, a Copy and Paste will rewrite the formulas. Using this trick from Markus, you can achieve the desired result. Episode 866 shows you how.

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