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How do I rotate Horazontial cells vertical, so part of the chart .

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    Wendol
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    How do I rotate Horazontial cells vertical, so part of the chart .

    Hi I have a spread sheet with the data and cells that run horizontaly across
    the top of the spread sheet. I want to cut and paste other cells and rotate
    the cells so they lay up to one side of the spread sheet cells and the new
    data will run vertical. I appricate your help.

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    Vasant Nanavati
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    Re: How do I rotate Horazontial cells vertical, so part of the chart .

    Look in Help under "Transpose".

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    Vasant

    "Wendol" <Wendol@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:3C92F017-BB17-4AE7-9413-9C2622A20CA9@microsoft.com...
    > Hi I have a spread sheet with the data and cells that run horizontaly

    across
    > the top of the spread sheet. I want to cut and paste other cells and

    rotate
    > the cells so they lay up to one side of the spread sheet cells and the new
    > data will run vertical. I appricate your help.




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    Marty
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    RE: How do I rotate Horazontial cells vertical, so part of the chart .

    Select the horizontal cells then "Cut". Then select the cell where you want
    the first cell of vertical data to go. Under the edit menu select "Paste
    Special", then click the "Transpose" box. The horizontal cells should paste
    verically downward.


    "Wendol" wrote:

    > Hi I have a spread sheet with the data and cells that run horizontaly across
    > the top of the spread sheet. I want to cut and paste other cells and rotate
    > the cells so they lay up to one side of the spread sheet cells and the new
    > data will run vertical. I appricate your help.


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