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Yes. First I tried copying the row of stock prices and then paste special transpose into another worksheet-that works fine but I just get the values so each time the stock prices refresh I have to copy/transpose...
So, I figured let's 'convert' the share prices into formula by going =the cell in which the stock price result is.
A B C
My row is IBM GE BAC
117.16 14.50 17.02
So I go in another worksheet =117.16 to 'convert' the 117.16 into a 'formula' and try copy paste special transpose and I get A1, A2, A3 instead of A1,B1,C1.......
No, with paste special you are just copying static values. With the transpose function however a link will be maintained between the copied cells and the transposed cells so that any change in the original cell will be reflected in the transpose cell. I can give you the steps for creating these formulas, or set it up for you on your own file. Let me know which one you prefer.
Ok, here you go:
The file contains the instructions as well as an example. Hope it is clear. Let me know if you have any questions
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