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3 Ways to Paste Values in Excel - The Ultimate Guide

Pasting values in Excel is a common task that many users perform on a daily basis. There are a few different ways to paste values, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we'll take a look at three different ways to paste values in Excel.

The first way to paste values is to use the Paste Values command. This command is available in the Home tab of the ribbon, in the Clipboard group. To use this command, simply select the cells that you want to paste values into, and then click the Paste Values button. The cells will be filled with the values from the clipboard.

The second way to paste values is to use the Paste Special command. This command is available in the Home tab of the ribbon, in the Clipboard group. To use this command, select the cells that you want to paste values into, and then click the Paste Special button. In the Paste Special dialog box, select the Values option, and then click OK.

The third way to paste values is to use the keyboard shortcut. To use this shortcut, select the cells that you want to paste values into, and then press CTRL+SHIFT+V. The cells will be filled with the values from the clipboard.

Which method you use to paste values in Excel is up to you. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages. The Paste Values command is the easiest to use, but it doesn't give you any control over how the values are pasted. The Paste Special command gives you more control, but it's a little more complicated to use. The keyboard shortcut is the fastest way to paste values, but it requires you to remember the shortcut.

In this article, we've looked at three different ways to paste values in Excel. Which method you use is up to you.

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