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How to copy a cell without formatting in Excel

There are a few different ways to copy a cell without formatting in Excel. One way is to use the Paste Special feature. To do this, first select the cell you want to copy. Then, click on the Home tab and click on the small arrow in the bottom right corner of the Paste button. This will open a menu with several options. Click on Paste Special. In the Paste Special dialog box, choose Values from the Paste drop-down menu. Then click OK.

Another way to copy a cell without formatting is to use the Copy and Paste feature. To do this, first select the cell you want to copy. Then press Ctrl+C on your keyboard (or Command+C if you're using a Mac). Next, select the cell where you want to paste the copied cell. Finally, press Ctrl+V on your keyboard (or Command+V if you're using a Mac).

You can also use the Fill Handle feature to copy a cell without formatting. To do this, first select the cell you want to copy. Then position your cursor over the bottom right corner of the cell until you see a small black cross. Once you see this, click and hold down your mouse button, and drag it down or across to the cells where you want to paste the copied cell. When you release your mouse button, Excel will automatically fill in those cells with the copied value.

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