How to Insert and Move Cells in Excel
While working on a worksheet, cells themselves may need to be inserted, moved, or deleted. When cells are changed and moved, the existing cells shift, along with their content, to adjust for the changes to adjacent cells.
First, you'll want to select the cells next to where you want the new ones.
The Insert dialog box appears.
Right-click the selected cell(s) and select Insert from the contextual menu.
Blank cells are inserted and the existing ones move according to your selection.
You can also right-click a row or column heading and select Insert from the contextual menu.
The row or column is inserted. Existing rows are shifted downward, while existing columns are shifted to the right.
Now let's check out how to move cells to a different area of a spreadsheet.
And the cells are moved.
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