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  1. 65 votes

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    Graham commented  · 

    I can't vote as I've used them all but this feature would save a lot of time! With the usual method if a formula changes you basically need to edit it twice, which is a huge hassle, not to mention the shortened processing time.

  2. 919 votes

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    This is a great suggestion, and we want to keep the interest going. Thanks to everyone who has already voted and commented on the suggestion to have an option for the default paste behavior in Excel.

    Sorry that we’ve been slow to comment and update the status on this one.

    Steve K [Excel]

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    Graham commented  · 

    Thanks for the suggestions everyone. From the ideas given so far, IMO 'Right-click, V' is a pretty decent solution.

    IMO:
    'ALT, E, S, V' is cumbersome and slow,
    'Ctrl+V, Ctrl, V' is slow, and
    'Right-click (keyboard button), V' isn't great because if you're pasting something, odds are your right hand is on the mouse, so it means you'd need to move it to the keyboard to do this shortcut.

    Ctrl+Shift+V for paste values though would be fantastic!

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    90% of the time I want to past as values, so as to keep the formatting consistent in the location I am pasting. Rather than having to right click then select "paste as values" it would be good to have a shortcut to be able to do this instead.

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  4. 291 votes

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    Graham commented  · 

    Yes and also put #N/A and blanks at the top of the list!

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  5. 11 votes

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    Graham commented  · 

    hmmm seems I've been censored, I didn't realise h-e-l-l was a naughty word!

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  6. 649 votes

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    Thank you for taking your time to suggest and vote for allowing interaction with Excel while in Power Query Editor window. We do think that this suggestion has merit but we don’t think that we’ll be able to devote time to it in the near future. We’ll continue tracking votes for it.

    Guy Hunkin
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  7. 74 votes

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    Graham commented  · 

    Yes this would be useful!

  8. 28 votes

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  9. 655 votes

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    Thank you for taking your time to suggest and vote for this. We do think that this suggestion has merit, but we don’t think that we’ll be able to devote time to it in the near future. We’ll continue tracking votes for it so we know how it ranks among the other suggestions.

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  10. 527 votes

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    Thanks for your support of this suggestion and all the great ideas in the comments. We have at least one improvement planned (resizing the dialogs – see link in the description), and we’re looking at some additional improvements.

    If you have specific ideas that aren’t already listed, please add them in a comment.

    Steve [Microsoft Excel]

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  11. 3,638 votes

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    I’m happy to let you know that we are in the planning stages to make Excel for Windows scroll without jumping to the edge of the cell so you’ll be able to scroll smoothly. We don’t yet have a target date, but wanted to tell you about our plans.

    We appreciate all the votes and comments supporting this suggestion.

    Thanks – Steve K [Excel]

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  12. 1,148 votes

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    Thanks to everyone for the votes and discussion about having undo independently in each workbook. Even though this request has been here for a long time, we are listening and we realize that it can be frustrating if you press Undo while you’re in one workbook and it undoes something in another workbook. We’ve been considering the technical challenges to make Undo work “per workbook”, and want to share some details about it with you.

    The undo process relies on the state of all open workbooks being exactly the same after an “undo” as they were before the undone action was taken. One example of how undo “per workbook” is problematic is with linked workbooks. Let’s say you have WorkbookA, with a formula that refers to WorkbookB, such as =SUMIFS. This formula will give the sum of values in WorkbookB in range A1:A10 that have “Yes” in the…

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  13. 1,021 votes

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    Thanks for supporting this feature. We won’t be able to offer this in the near future, but we understand that it would be a nice improvement. Even though it seems like a straightforward idea, it is quite complex. Old versions of Excel will not support the new behavior, so there would need to be some hybrid approach that will be suitable for old and new versions. Also, named ranges can be dynamic, meaning that the range might change and conditional formatting rules would have to be adjusted when the workbook is calculated. There are lots of cases to consider and deal with properly.

    We’ll continue tracking votes for this suggestion.

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    Graham commented  · 

    To clarify as per Scott Sobel's comment: Yes, ideally this would apply to both regular named ranges as well as the structured named ranges from tables.

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