I have a set of 110 numbers in Excel. I want to split this into 11 columns of 10 rows each.

So, for column:

```
324
292
300
120
276
320
984
136
300
280
69
289
266
292
266
494
315
118
295
289
```

I want the output to be:

```
324 69
292 289
300 266
120 292
276 266
320 494
984 315
136 118
300 295
280 289
```

**What I've tried so far**

Assigned

`=A11`

in B1,`=A21`

in C1,`=A31`

in D1 and then used the autofill. However, this gives the formula`=D11`

in E1 and hence doesn't work.Using Text to Columns wizard. This only provides for splitting of data for delimiter and there is now way of splitting based on number of rows.

The most similar question I've found is here where the goal is the opposite of mine (combining multiple columns into a single one).

This and this solve a similar problem but they copy the data row wise.

This question attempts the same problem in R.

I know this can be solved using a library like pandas, but I think there should be an easy way of doing it in Excel too.