## How do you copy the value of a cell not a formula?

Just follow these steps.

- Select the cells or ranges you wish to copy.
- Select the “Home” tab.
- Select “Copy” in the “Clipboard section.
- Select the cell you wish to paste your values to.
- Select the lower half of the large “Paste” button. From the extended menu that appears, select “Values“.
- Select “OK“.

**How do you copy without changing formula?**

Select the formula in the cell using the mouse, and press Ctrl + C to copy it. Select the destination cell, and press Ctl+V. This will paste the formula exactly, without changing the cell references, because the formula was copied as text.

**How do you copy values not references in Excel?**

Specifically for Windows Office 2016, copy the source cell with a formula inside. Right-click into the destination cell and choose Paste Value. Similarly for Google Sheets, copy the source cell with a formula inside. Right-click into the destination cell and choose Paste Values Only.

### How do I copy text and not formula in sheets?

To copy values, simply select the cells you want to copy and press CTRL+C from the keyboard. Next, to paste the values only (not formula), select the cell where you want to paste and press down the CTRL+Shift+V keys on the keyboard. Notice the only thing we did differently here is add the Shift key to the shortcut.

**How do you remove formula and keep value in Excel?**

1. Select the cells with formulas you want to remove but keep results, press Ctrl + C keys simultaneously to copy the selected cells. 2. Then click Home > Paste > Values.

**How do you use the value of a cell and not the formula?**

How to Copy and Paste Values Without Formula in Excel?

- Select the cell with the value you want to copy.
- Right-click on the selected cell and click Copy.
- Now, select the cell on your spreadsheet where you want to paste the value.
- Go to the Home tab on the Ribbon.

## How do you convert formulas to values?

Converting formulas to values using Excel shortcuts

- Select all the cells with formulas that you want to convert.
- Press Ctrl + C or Ctrl + Ins to copy formulas and their results to clipboard.
- Press Shift + F10 and then V to paste only values back to Excel cells.

**How do you keep a value constant in Excel?**

1. Select the cell with the formula you want to make it constant. 2. In the Formula Bar, put the cursor in the cell which you want to make it constant, then press the F4 key.

**How do you make an absolute value in Excel?**

Excel ABS Function

- Summary. The Excel ABS function returns the absolute value of a number. ABS converts negative numbers to positive numbers, and positive numbers are unaffected.
- Find the absolute value of a number.
- A positive number.
- =ABS (number)
- number – The number to get the absolute value of.

### How do I force Excel to paste values only?

Paste Special Keyboard Shortcut

- Copy the data you want to paste as values into your clipboard.
- Choose a new location in your workbook to paste the values into.
- Press Ctrl + Alt + V on your keyboard to open up the Paste Special menu.
- Select Values from the Paste option or press V on your keyboard.
- Press the OK button.

**Why does excel copy the formula but not the cells?**

In fact Excel does copy the formula down but all cells appear to have the same value: The reason this happened was because Excel was set to Manual Recalculation. To solve the problem, select any cell in the worksheet and press F9. Immediately, every formula in the file is updated.

**How to copy and paste numbers without formulas in Excel?**

Select and copy numbers which you want to paste without formulas. 2. Select a cell, and right click on it. Then click the Values option under Paste Option item in the context menu, see the following screen shot:

## How to copy calculated results without changing their values in Excel?

If you want to copy both calculated results and the formulas to other cells without changing their values, Kutools for Excel ‘s Exact Copy tool can help you quickly copy both numbers and their formulas without changing their values to other cells in Excel. 1. Click Kutools > Exact Copy, see screenshot: 2.

**How do I copy a formula from C2 to C3?**

Point the mouse at the fill handle at the bottom right hand corner of C2 and double click. Excel should copy the formula to C3:C6. In fact Excel does copy the formula down but all cells appear to have the same value: