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How to extend a formula a loooong way down
Posted: 11 Mar 03
When you have to copy the same formula to a lot of contiguous cells, you can either drag the cell with the handle or paste the formula in a selected region.
An easy way ( if your region is very long) is to double-click the handle of the cell containing the formula.
It will extend automatically as long as ther aer values in the adjacent cells.
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