Excel Tip – Copy & Paste and keep Column Widths

February 26, 2020


To copy a Range of Data to a new sheet, without having to resize all the Column Widths to how you had it in the original, use Paste Special > Column Widths.


There are 2 ways to do this.


Option 1: First Copy, then right click to get your Pop-up Menu. Hover over the Paste Special arrow (>) and click on the Column Widths icon.


Option 2: First do a Normal Copy (ctrl + C) and Paste (Ctrl + V). Then Paste the Column Widths over the top using the Paste Special Dialogue Box.  (Ctrl + alt + V, W – to select column Widths and then press enter to select OK). This is a 2-step process but enables you to do it using Keyboard Shortcuts.

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