How to copy lists from one cell to another Select a cell that contains the drop down list you want to copy. Copy the cell by pressing Ctrl + C or Right-click -> Copy. Select the cells where you want to paste the drop down list. Right-click, select paste special, click on Validation and press OK.

Just to make it simpler and easier to read, let's name the two lists as 1 st and 2 nd Lists of Customers as shown below. Select both columns of data that you want to compare. On the Home tab, in the Styles grouping, under the Conditional Formatting drop down choose Highlight Cells Rules, then Duplicate Values.

Answer: You can use the Offset function for this. Select the cell where you want the output to start, let's say C1. Enter: = OFFSET( Sheet1!$ A$1,( ROW()-1)*5,0) , where A1 is the first cell to copy and 5 the number of cells to skip for the next cell to copy. Now you can drag this function in C1 down.

The easiest way to do the copy is to follow these steps: Select cell A3. Press Ctrl+ C to copy its contents to the Clipboard. Click once in the Name box, above column A. ( Before you click, the Name box contains " A3," which is the cell you just copied.) Type C3: C55000 and press Enter. The range is selected. Press Ctrl+ V.

Method 2 Copying a Formula into Multiple Cells by Pasting Enter the formula into one cell. ... Press enter to calculate the formula. ... Click on the cell to be propagated and copy it ( CTRL+ C). Select the cells you want to copy the formula to. ... Paste ( CTRL+ V).

Here's how it works: Put Excel in formula view mode. ... Select the range to copy. Press Ctrl+ C. Start Windows Notepad. Press Ctrl+ V to past the copied data into Notepad. In Notepad, press Ctrl+ A followed by Ctrl+ C to copy the text. Activate Excel and activate the upper left cell where you want to paste the formulas.

Copy an Excel formula without changing its cell references Click on the cell containing the formula you want to copy. Press [ F2]. Click and drag to select the entire formula. Click the Copy button in the Standard toolbar. Press [ Enter]. Select the cell into which you want to paste the formula. Click the Paste button in the Standard toolbar.