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Step 1: Enter the formula into the first cell of that column, press Enter. Step 2: Select the entire column, and then go to Home tab, click Fill > Down. To apply formula to entire row: Click Home > Fill > Right. Ctrl+R: Continue applying formula into neighboring cells in right direction.
To apply the formula to entire column, here's how: Step 1: Enter the formula into the first cell of that column, press Enter. Step 2: Select the entire column, and then go to Home tab, click Fill > Down. To apply formula to entire row: Click Home > Fill > Right.
Instead, you can accomplish the same copy with a double-click instead of a drag. Set up your formula in the top cell, position the mouse in the lower right-hand corner of the cell until you see the plus, and double-click. Note that this option can copy the formula down as far as Excel finds data to the left.
Step 1: Enter the formula into the first cell of that column, press Enter. Step 2: Select the entire column, and then go to Home tab, click Fill > Down. To apply formula to entire row: Click Home > Fill > Right. Ctrl+R: Continue applying formula into neighboring cells in right direction.
Instead, you can accomplish the same copy with a double-click instead of a drag. Set up your formula in the top cell, position the mouse in the lower right-hand corner of the cell until you see the plus, and double-click. Note that this option can copy the formula down as far as Excel finds data to the left.
Click the cell containing the formula you want to copy across the row. Continue to hold down the mouse or track pad button, and drag the cursor across all the cells in the same row into which you want to copy the formula. Press "Ctrl-R" to automatically fill all the cells with the same formula.
Select the cell that has the formula you want to fill into adjacent cells. Rest your cursor in the lower-right corner so that it turns into a plus sign (+), like this: Drag the fill handle down, up, or across the cells that you want to fill. ... When you let go, the formula gets automatically filled to the other cells:
First put your formula in F1. Now hit ctrl+C to copy your formula. Hit left, so E1 is selected. Now hit Ctrl+Down. ... Now hit right so F20000 is selected. Now hit ctrl+shift+up. ... Finally either hit ctrl+V or just hit enter to fill the cells.
Firstly type the formula of =(A1*3+8)/5 in Cell C1, and then drag the AutoFill Handle down to the bottom in Column C. Then the formula of =(A1*3+8)/5 is applied in the whole Column C. If you need to apply it to the entire row, you can drag the AutoFill Handle to the far right.
Open a Google Sheet document from your list. You can also click. ... Enter the formula in the first cell of the column. If you have a header row with titles, don't put the formula in the header. Click the cell to select it. Drag the cell's handle to the bottom of your data in the column. ... Use the keyboard shortcuts.
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