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Old November 1st 04, 09:50 PM
Jules
 
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Default How do I stop the autopaste function in Excel?

How do I stop or prevent the autopaste function in Excel. For example, if
you want to copy of formula in cell C1 that says "SUM(A1:B1)", and you want
that exact copied formula to be in D1, I don't want D1 to say "SUM(B1:C1)".
Anyone know how to stop that?

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Old November 1st 04, 09:54 PM
Frank Kabel
 
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=SUM($A$1:$B$1)

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Jules wrote:
How do I stop or prevent the autopaste function in Excel. For
example, if you want to copy of formula in cell C1 that says
"SUM(A1:B1)", and you want that exact copied formula to be in D1, I
don't want D1 to say "SUM(B1:C1)". Anyone know how to stop that?



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