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Homer J
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formula in column

Hello,
Is ther a way I can get a formula to run all down a column? At the moment I just drag the handle in the corner of the cell down - is there an easier way to put the formula down through the whole column ?
Thanks

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Re: formula in column

Write the formula into the top cell. Do Edit->Copy. Select the whole column by clicking on the column name. Do Edit->Paste.

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Re: formula in column

If you have data in the adjacent column, you can double click the handle and it will fill down.

If not, higlight the column and on your edit menu select "Fill / Down"

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Re: formula in column

Excellent. thanks very much for your speedy replies.
Cheers.

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