Note : This bug is fixed in Excel 2016
When you use some buttons from the Ribbon a lot it is handy to add them to the QAT(Quick Access Toolbar) so it is easy to click on it when you need them without going to another tab or select it from a dropdown first to use it. One of them that a lot of people use is the "Paste and Transpose"option in the Paste menu.
You can add this button like this to the QAT toolbar :
But there is a big problem in Excel 2013 in some situations when you do things manual or with VBA code.
You have the same problem when you do the same with VBA code, I also see other problems (manual and with VBA code) that are fixed by removinging the Paste and Transpose from the QAT so if you have problems remove this icon from the QAT first to test if this fix it.
But what if you really want to have this option in the QAT, read below how you can get it back.
We can use a VBA macro below to do the same :
Sub Paste_Transpose() CommandBars.ExecuteMso "PasteTranspose" End Sub
Where do we store this macro and how do we run it ?
The easiest thing that you can do is to copy the macro in your personal file, if you not know what this is or not now how to create it read the information on the page below :
How do we run the code ?
We can add a custom button to the QAT to run this macro.
You now have your own Paste and Transpose button in the QAT that is not have the crash problem anymore.
Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar(QAT) pages