# How to Move Data from Column(s) to Row(s) or Vice Versa in Excel?

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## Move Data from Column(s) to Row(s) or Vice Versa

Here, we will use the paste special function to complete the task. So let us see a simple process to know how you can move data from column(s) to row(s) or vice versa in Excel.

### Step 1

Consider an excel sheet where you have a list of items in a single column, similar to the below image.

First, select the range of cells you want to copy, then use Ctrl + c to copy the cells.

Select Cells > Ctrl + C.

### Step 2

Then right-click on the first cell of destination, then click on Paste Special and select Transpose.

Right Click > Paste Special > Transpose.

Then you will see that the data will be converted to a row. This is how you can move data from columns to rows or vice versa in Excel.

## Conclusion

In this tutorial, we have used a simple example to demonstrate how you can move data from column(s) to row(s) or vice versa in Excel to highlight a particular set of data.

Updated on: 24-Aug-2023

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