Copy Cell Text

When you perform a copy of cells in Excel (using CTRL+C for example), Excel will copy all the cells contained within the bounds of the selection, not just the selected cells. This function copies the cell text from only the selected cells and pastes the values (separated by \n new lines) to the clipboard. Note: one other difference between this and Excel is that this function stores the values to the clipboard in the order that the cells were selected; which is shown in the example below.

For example, if I wanted to copy the yellow values in the Other column to Notepad, copying the following using Excel (CTRL+C):

Results in:

Using the Copy Cell text tool, results in (assuming that I selected $80 first, then $65):

Using the Copy Cell text tool, results in (I selected $65 first, then $80):

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