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Another option is to use the Excel TRANSPOSE function. One thing I don’t like about the Transpose formula is that it’s an array function and you need to remember to press Control shift enter (at least until you get dynamic array functionality). You also need to highlight the answer area first before inputting the Transpose formula. This Excel hack is really simple. It’s also dynamic and you can also account for additional cells. I came across this from Bob Umlas (his Excel books are great by the way). All you need to do is briefly switch to Excel’s R1C1 referencing style. Find out more in the video. Course Length: 5:32 minutes Source: Leila Ghanari

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