I want to move cell A1 to A2 with the mouse:
This is easy enough. You just select the cell, and then
click-and-drag it - you don't need to press any keys on the keyboard.
The trick is to actually *select* the cell.
To move A1:A2 to B3:B4, simply select A1:A2 and click-and-drag A1:A2 to B3:B4.
To move A1 to A2 (which was your original question), click on A1
(don't release the mouse button yet). Then drag the mouse down (or to
the side) to select more than one cell (still don't release the mouse
button). Then drag the mouse back to A1 (while still holding the
mouse button). When the mouse is over A1, you can release the mouse
button again. Now A1 is actually *selected*. You can now drag A1 to
A2 (or wherever you wanted it).
In the examples above, you could also use the keyboard to select the
cell. To do this, hold down shift, press down, press up and release
shift. Now you can drag the cell to wherever you want.
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