To copy data extracted from a row to a different row or column in Excel:
Copying a Row:
Select the entire row by clicking on the row number on the left (e.g., click on "3" to select the entire row 3).
Right-click and choose "Copy."
Go to the destination where you want to paste the row.
Right-click and choose "Paste" to copy the entire row to that new location.
Copying Specific Data to a Different Row/Column:
Select the specific cells that contain the data you want to copy.
Right-click and choose "Copy" or use the shortcut (Ctrl + C).
Go to the destination where you want to paste the data.
Right-click and choose "Paste" or use the shortcut (Ctrl + V).
Drag and Drop:
You can also click on the cell or range of cells you want to move, and then drag them to a new location within the same or different row/column.
If you need to transpose the data from rows to columns or vice versa, you can use the "Transpose" feature in Excel. Select the data, copy it, then right-click in a new location, and under "Paste Options," choose the "Transpose" option to change the orientation of the data.
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