Moving Cell Contents
Unlike copied data, moved data no longer remains in its original location. Perhaps you typed data in a range of cells near the top of a worksheet, but later realized it should appear near the bottom of the sheet. Moving data lets you change its location without having to retype it. When you move data, you are cutting the data from its current location and pasting it elsewhere. Cutting removes the selected cell or range content from the worksheet and places it on the Windows Clipboard.
Move Data Using the Clipboard
Move Data Using Drag-and-Drop
Paste Cells from Rows to Columns or Columns to Rows