Select the formula cell as well as the neighbouring cells to fill.
Select Down, Right, Up, or Left from the Home > Fill menu. You may also use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+D to fill the formula down in a column and Ctrl+R to fill the formula to the right in a row.
Select the formula cell as well as the surrounding cells that you want to fill.
Select Down, Right, Up, or Left from the Home > Fill menu. You can also use Ctrl+D to fill the formula down in a column, or Ctrl+R to fill the formula to the right in a row, using a keyboard shortcut.
Select cell A3 below and click CTRL + c to copy a formula, for example.
Select cell B3 and press CTRL + v to paste this formula.
To see that the formula refers to the values in column B, click in the formula bar.
If you don't want the cell references in a formula to alter when you copy it, make them absolute cell references. If you want the column letter to always be the same, put a "$" before it. If you want a row number to always be the same, put a "$" before it.
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