I am going to show your three quick ways to copy and move your Excel charts:

#1 – COPYING A CHART

Click on the chart with your left mouse key and at the same time hold down the CTRL key to copy it and move the chart to wherever you want.

When you are done, let go of the mouse key to paste it.

#2 – COPYING A CHART IN THE SAME ALIGNMENT

Click on the chart with your left mouse key and at the same time hold down the CTRL+SHIFT keys to copy and move the chart to wherever you want (notice that it stays fixed in the same alignment as the original chart!)

When you are done, let go of the mouse key to paste it.

#3 – MOVING A CHART IN THE SAME ALIGNMENT

Click on the chart with your left mouse key and at the same time hold down the SHIFT key to move it to wherever you want.

When you are done, let go of the mouse key to place it.

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