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    copie_and_paste_colum_A_to_colom_B_and_skip_filled_cells_colum_B

    Hello people,
    i have a request,
    is it possible to copie a colum A and past this to colum B and skip the filled cells in colum B in the range B1:B50.
    i have submit a sample with a trying.
    greetings Jan
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    Re: copie_and_paste_colum_A_to_colom_B_and_skip_filled_cells_colum_B

    Try this:

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    Re: copie_and_paste_colum_A_to_colom_B_and_skip_filled_cells_colum_B

    Hi,

    Not with a direct copy and paste, or even copy and paste with column B filtered for blanks.
    You could however use a helper column and in say C2 enter:
    =IF(B2<>"",B2,A2)
    and copy this down your range, finally copying the whole of column C and pasting it back to column B as values.

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    Re: copie_and_paste_colum_A_to_colom_B_and_skip_filled_cells_colum_B

    Hello, i have a next request. How get i that the Colom A1:A50 copie and past and skip the filled cells to example F1:F50.
    greetings Jan

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