just the cell values or just the cell formatting) into the new range.

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Use the standard Cut, Copy, and Paste features to save time while working with a variety of items in the application.

For example, you can copy an entire resource or role assignment table row from one project to another in the resource planning spreadsheet on the Resource Planning page.

For many it seems that the response rate is pathetically low (if their forums posts are to be believed) so they find every possible target within their area and bombard them with a canned message thinking that will speed up the process of actually engaging in conversation with someone. Or like you said, they'll send the same or similar message several times.

Or some guys copy and paste their profiles into the message they send. One thing I noticed a guy doing was in the subject line putting Re: Hi..if I've already replied to him once before.

Ive tried (date being the table of dates above): Date = Date = datenum() Date = datetime() Date = datestr(datenum())Ive tried everything I could find on Google with ‘no dice’. Im taking the dates specified above from Excel and wanting to paste them directly into Mat Lab.

Your answer is telling me that I have to add 'quotes' to each cell I'm copying from Excel to create a cell array which takes more effort (call me lazy, so what).

This includes any formulas or other cell contents, and the cell formatting.

However, sometimes you might want to only paste one part of the original copied cells, (e.g.

We also provide a description of the Excel Copy-Paste shortcuts CTRL-D and CTRL-R.

Normally when you perform an Excel copy and paste, all information from the copied cell(s) is pasted into the new cell(s).

It seems cold..not a lot of effort to attract interest?