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Filling a Range of Cells with Values in Excel

There are a few different ways to fill a range of cells with values in Excel. One way is to use the fill handle. To do this, select the cell that contains the value you want to copy, then drag the fill handle across the range of cells you want to fill. The fill handle is the small square in the bottom-right corner of the selected cell. Another way to fill a range of cells is to use the fill command. To do this, select the cell that contains the value you want to copy, then click Home > Fill > Down (or across). You can also use the fill command to fill a range of cells with a series of numbers or dates. To do this, select the first cell in the range, then click Home > Fill > Series.

If you want to fill a range of cells with a formula, you can use the fill command as well. To do this, enter the formula in the first cell of the range, then press Enter. Then click Home > Fill > Down (or across).

You can also use AutoFill to fill a range of cells with values. To do this, select the cell that contains the value you want to copy, then drag the AutoFill handle across the range of cells you want to fill.

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