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Three-Dimensional Transpositions in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can transpose data in Excel. The most common way is to use the Paste Special feature. To do this, first select the cells that you want to transpose. Then, click on the Home tab and click on Paste Special in the clipboard group. A dialog box will appear. In the dialog box, select Transpose and then click OK.

Another way to transpose data is to use the Text to Columns feature. To do this, first select the cells that you want to transpose. Then, click on the Data tab and click on Text to Columns in the data group. A dialog box will appear. In the dialog box, select Delimited and then click Next. In the next dialog box, select Comma and then click Finish.

You can also use a macro to transpose data. To do this, first select the cells that you want to transpose. Then, click on the Developer tab and click on Record Macro in the code group. A dialog box will appear. In the dialog box, enter a name for your macro and then click OK.

After you have recorded your macro, go to the cell where you want your transposed data to start and then press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER. This will insert an array formula that will transpose your data. When you are done, press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER again and then stop recording your macro.

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