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Lesson 3-7 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Essential Skills (138 Video Lessons)
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Essential Skills
Session: Session 3: Taking Your Skills To The Next Level
Lesson: Lesson 3-7 Use the Multiple Item Clipboard Excel clipboard for multiple items. Thumbnail from Excel 2016 Essential Skills Lesson 3-7 Use the Multiple Item Clipboard.
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The Multiple Item Clipboard is extensively covered in this lesson and Task Panes are introduced. Excel 2016 allows you to copy up to 24 items from any Microsoft Office application onto the Office Clipboard. You can then paste these items into an Excel workbook (or any other Microsoft Office application) either selectively or in one operation. You'll do this using the Clipboard Task Pane that allows you to view all of the items that currently reside in the Clipboard.