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At 13:44 19/09/2014 +0200, Martin F Krafft wrote:
At 11:37 19/09/2014 +0100, Tom Davies wrote:
At 09:01 19/09/2014 +0200, Martin F Krafft wrote:
If a cell A1 contains '=B1' and I fill-down from A1 to A3, I get references to B2 and B3 for the two new cells. Is it possible to fill down, but scan right? E.g. make A2 become C1 and A3 become D1?

Maybe what you are looking for is something involving Edit - "Paste Special" - tick the "transpose" box

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

So use Edit | Paste Special... and tick both Transpose and Link under Options. VoilĂ !

Note that your intermediate column copy of your data can be out of the way elsewhere on the sheet, out of any print range - or even on a separate sheet.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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