Thank you so much for your reply, but, I guess I wasn't very specific. This is all being done on one excel spreadsheet. In that one worksheet, starting at row 180, in Column H, I'm entering a phrase, "Always your best deal!" (It actually goes across 7 cells on the spreadsheet, H to N)) I'd like to build a formula that let's me enter it once and have that phrase inserted every 111 rows going down that worksheet. So, at row 291 the phrase is inserted into H column, at row 402 it's inserted into the H column and so on into row 513, then row 624, etc.
I'm going down the excel spreadsheet 75 times, clear down to row 8,283. I have made up quote worksheets that I fill in as needed. Each Excel workbook I have has 3 tabs, for example one for January, one for Feb and one for March. Each one of these has 75 individual quote sheets, clear down to row 8,283. So you can see, filling them each one at a time will take forever.
I hope maybe this explains it better?
I sure appreciate your help on this, this will help this old guys' work go a lot faster!!!