In this article, I will tell you how to copy one cell value or a cell range value to another cell or another cell range using a formula with examples.

### 1. How To Use Cell Reference To Copy Cell Range Value To The Same Or Other Worksheet.

- Below is the source cell range, suppose the below cell range’s worksheet name is
**worksheet1**.

**A****1**Excel **2**Word **3**PPT **4**Outlook **5**Access - If you want to duplicate the above cell range
**A1:A5**‘s value in the current worksheet, then you can input the formula**=A1**in that cell such as cell**C1**. - And then click to select cell
**C1**and drag the small square on cell**C1**‘s bottom right corner to cell**C5**. - Then it will add a formula in each cell of cell range
**C1:C5**. - And then it will copy the cell range
**A1:A5**text value to cell range**C1:C5**. - If you want to copy the cell range
**A1:A5**to another worksheet such as**worksheet2**. - Then you should open
**worksheet2**and input the formula**=’worksheet1′!A1**to the cell in**worksheet2**. - And then you can repeat steps 3,4, and 5 to copy the
**A1:A5**‘s value to**worksheet2**.

### 2. How To Use Other Excel Function To Copy Cell Range.

- Besides using the cell reference, you can also use other excel functions to duplicate cell range.
- For example, you can input the formula
**=VLOOKUP(A1, A1,1, FALSE)**in cell**C1**, then you can use the autofill feature to copy the cell range. - You can also input the formula
**=CONCAT(A1)**in cell**C1**and then autofill the other cells in cell range**C1:C5**.

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