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How to Paste Without Formatting In Excel

To paste without formatting in Excel, you can use one of the following methods:

  1. Use the "Paste Special" command: After copying the cell or range of cells that you want to paste, click on the cell where you want to paste the data. Then, right-click and choose "Paste Special" from the context menu. In the "Paste Special" dialog box, select "Values" and click "OK". This will paste only the values from the copied cells, without any formatting.

  2. Use the keyboard shortcut: After copying the cell or range of cells that you want to paste, click on the cell where you want to paste the data. Then, use the keyboard shortcut "Ctrl + Alt + V" (or "Ctrl + Alt + V + Enter" for Excel for Mac) to open the "Paste Special" dialog box. Select "Values" and click "OK" to paste only the values without any formatting.

  3. Use the "Keep Text Only" option: This option is available when you copy and paste text from one cell to another. After copying the text, click on the cell where you want to paste the text. Then, click on the "Paste" dropdown button in the "Clipboard" group on the "Home" tab, and select "Keep Text Only". This will paste only the text without any formatting.

By using these methods, you can paste data without formatting in Excel and avoid the extra step of manually removing formatting from pasted data.

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