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Hi :)
Weird!  I was expecting the last part to work.  Just to check that we are
talking about the same thing - in that last part i meant;

Create (perhaps by inserting a new row 3 temporarily?)

B3 = '=B2'
C3 = '=C2'
D3 = '=D2'
E3 = '=E2'
etc and then select all them, copy and transpose 'into' A2 and onwards.

Does that not work?
Regards from
Tom :)

On 19 September 2014 12:44, martin f krafft <> wrote:

also sprach Tom Davies <> [2014-09-19 12:37 +0200]:
I'm not completely sure why you are trying to do this.  Context could be

I have a table with assumptions about conference days in a budget,
and the days are in columns left-to-right.

In the overview, I need the days to appear top-to-bottom. It's
*painful* to do this by hand.

Edit - "Paste Special" - tick the "transpose" box

This does almost what I want, except it copies values, and it does
not insert references.

If you extend that idea so that
B2 = B1
C2 = C1
D2 = D1
E2 = E1
and then select B2-E2, cut (or copy), click in A2 and then do
Edit - PasteSpecial - transpose
A2 = B1
A3 = C1
A4 = D1
A5 = E1

Right, except I would like A2 to be '=B2' and A3 to be '=C2' etc.

Does this make sense?

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