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Placing Textbox Text Into a Worksheet in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can place textbox text into a worksheet in Excel. One way is to use the Paste function. To do this, first make sure that your textbox is selected. Then, go to the Edit menu and click on Paste. Your text will now be inserted into the worksheet at the current cursor location.

Another way to insert textbox text into a worksheet is to use the Copy and Paste function. To do this, first select the text in the textbox that you want to copy. Then, go to the Edit menu and click on Copy. Next, go to the worksheet where you want to paste the text and click on the cell where you want to paste it. Finally, go to the Edit menu and click on Paste. The text from your textbox will now be inserted into the selected cell.

If you want to move the text from your textbox into a specific cell in your worksheet, you can use the Cut and Paste function. To do this, first select the text in the textbox that you want to move. Then, go to the Edit menu and click on Cut

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