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Zac
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Incrementing cells.

I know that you can dbl click on the lower right hand corner of a cell
and it increments vertically. Can that same feature be used to go
horizontally?

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It sure can. You usually need to have at least 3 cells populated with the data you need first before using the FILL HANDLE.
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