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How to Insert and Copy Rows in Excel

There are a few different ways to insert and copy rows in Excel. Here are some step-by-step instructions on how to do both:

Inserting Rows

  1. Open up the Excel spreadsheet that you want to insert rows into.
  2. Click on the row where you want to insert the new row (or rows).
  3. Right-click and select "Insert" from the drop-down menu that appears.
  4. A dialogue box will appear asking how many rows you want to insert. Enter the number of rows you want to insert and click "OK". The new row (or rows) will be inserted above the row you selected in Step 2.

Copying Rows

  1. Open up the Excel spreadsheet that you want to copy rows from.
  2. Select the row (or rows) that you want to copy. You can do this by clicking on the row number (on the left side of the screen), or by clicking and dragging your mouse over the cells in the row.
  3. Right-click and select "Copy". Alternatively, you can press Ctrl< strong >< kbd > < kbd > Ctrl + < kbd > C on your keyboard. < li > Open up the Excel spreadsheet that you want to copy the rows into. < li > Select the row where you want to paste the copied cells. As with copying, you can do this by clicking on the row number or by clicking and dragging your mouse over the cells in the row. < li > Right-click and select < strong > "Paste" . Alternatively, you can press < strong >< kbd >< kbd > Ctrl < / kbd >< / strong >< kbd >< / kbd >< strong >< kdbd >< / kdbd >< / strong >< strong >< kdbd >< / kdbd >< / strong >> on your keyboard. The copied cells will be inserted into the selected row.

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