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Let's say I've created a customized number format in a workbook. Can I make it get stored in the Format->Custom section in all workbooks on my computer?
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To move data from one worksheet to another, highlight the data.
Select and hold down the ALT key and position the mouse on the border of the selection until the mouse pointer displays four-headed arrows.
Drag the selection down to the destination worksheet tab.
When the arrow touches the tab, Excel switches to the desired worksheet. Now drag the selection to the correct position. Let go of the mouse and then the ALT key.
To copy data from one worksheet to another, select and hold down the CTRL+ALT keystroke combination and perform the steps above.
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