Excel’s TRANSPOSE function allows you to convert a range of cells from a row orientation to a column orientation, or vice versa. This can be useful for rearranging data or for converting data from one format to another.

Here’s how to use the TRANSPOSE function:

- Set up your data in a range of cells. For example, you might have a list of names in a row, like this:

A1: John B1: Jane C1: Bob

- Select the cell or range of cells where you want to transpose the data.
- Click the “Formulas” tab in the ribbon, and then click the “More Functions” button.
- In the “Function Library” pane, select the “Lookup and Reference” category, and then click the “Transpose” function.
- In the “Transpose” dialog box, select the range of cells that you want to transpose.
- Click “OK” to transpose the data.

The data will be transposed to a column orientation, like this:

A1: John A2: Jane A3: Bob

You can also use the TRANSPOSE function in a formula by typing the following formula in a cell:

`=TRANSPOSE(range)`

Replace `range`

with the cell range that you want to transpose. For example:

`=TRANSPOSE(A1:C1)`

This formula would transpose the data in cells A1:C1 to a column orientation.

I hope this helps!

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