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How to paste data in alternate blank rows in Excel?

In some cases, for a copied row, you may need to paste it in multiple blank rows alternately in a new range in Excel as below screenshot shown. How can you do to achieve it? This article will help you.

Paste data in alternate blank rows with formula and filter

 


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There is no direct method to solve this problem, but you can achieve it with the little trick in this article. Please do as follows.

1. Select a blank cell (here I select cell D2) in the new range you need to paste the copied data into, then enter formula =MOD(ROW(A1),2).

2. Keep selecting cell D2, drag the Fill Handle down to the column cells. See screenshot:

3. Then select cell D1, click Data > Filter to enable the Filter function.

4. Click the drop-down arrow of cell D1, then filter the column by number 1 and finally click the OK button. See screenshot:

5. Now the alternate blank rows are filtered out. Please copy the data, select the filtered range, and then press Ctrl + V keys simultaneously to paste the data.

6. Click Data > Filter to turn off the Filter function, and then delete the helper column as you need. See screenshot:


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    Sowmiya · 4 months ago
    didnt work for me either
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      crystal · 3 months ago
      Hi,
      This method works well in my case.
      Which Office version do you use?
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    vishal · 4 months ago
    shows alternate rows but when i paste, it pastes normal way, doesnt skip cells.
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    Mady · 9 months ago
    It doesn't work
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    Leah Voit-Ostricki · 9 months ago
    This doesn't work for me. I have Microsoft Office 2010, so whichever version of excel comes with that I am not quite sure but either way it doesn't work. When I paste it pastes to ALL rows. So, when I paste I only see half of what I pasted, when I turn the filter off I see everything I pasted =/