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    Usually a formula just goes into a few rows under a field.

    Is there an easy way to place the same formula all the way down to the limits of Excel?

    Is it too wastful of file size to do this? i.e. I want to do this and not be bothered with adding the formula when we get to the last cell I've placed the formula, but if Excel will act sluggish, there is no particular bargain.

    Just need some guidance.

    Thanks

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    On 2002-03-07 13:11, kojak43 wrote:
    Usually a formula just goes into a few rows under a field.

    Is there an easy way to place the same formula all the way down to the limits of Excel?

    Is it too wastful of file size to do this? i.e. I want to do this and not be bothered with adding the formula when we get to the last cell I've placed the formula, but if Excel will act sluggish, there is no particular bargain.

    Just need some guidance.

    Thanks
    I wouldn't recommend that you copy a formula down to row 65,536.

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