This Copy special dialog box allows you to customize how your time table will be copied. Here, you can define the settings for this particular copy and click OK to finalize it, or you can choose to save the settings and use them as default for the normal Copy option. This can be useful if you often copy data in the same way. Order visible in Time table will be kept in the copied object.
There are two main ways to copy a time table - as Text or as a Data set.
Copy as text
Copy as data set
From & To
In the From and To textboxes, you can change the time window included.
Include in series header
This allows you to customize how much data is displayed in the header.
Here, you can determine the order in which the data will be pasted.
This defines the date for each data point. It can be the last date of the previous time period or the first day of the current time period.
You can determine the appearance of the dates. The short format will copy the date as numbers while the long format will display the date in text form.
Here, set the direction of the data when pasted.
You can include more information about the series. The information will be displayed below the header.