Confessedly the above title is a bit vague. This problem likely has a simple solution, but it's a bit difficult to explain in a sentence. To elaborate...

Essentially, for some work recently, I was confronted with something akin to the following table, ready-made, with which to conduct data analysis:

Data Table T Test - Copy.xlsx

On the face of it a very simple task to simply do T tests and averages for all the values in Tables 2 and 3 and copy them into table 1. A handy formula, easily copied into all the requisite rows, should have enabled me to do this quite quickly.

Unfortunately, whoever made the three tables I was presented with had helpfully failed to appreciate that when copying formulas down (unless I use the $ sign, of course), Excel changes the rows in the formula; whilst when copying formulas across, Excel changes the columns. This posed a challenge because tables 2-3 are organised in the opposite way to table 1.

So I'm looking for a simple way to reverse this tendency of Excel? I did try to search for solutions online at the time, but sadly I could find none which I (as a beginner user!) could understand clearly enough to actually apply to the task at hand!

This is a non-urgent issue, but any help would be much-appreciated.

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