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How to Use Enhanced Filling in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can use the enhanced filling feature in Excel. One way is to simply select the cells that you want to fill, and then click on the fill handle in the bottom right-hand corner of the selection. This will bring up a menu of options for how you would like to fill the selection. Another way to use enhanced filling is to select the cells that you want to fill, and then click on the Home tab. In the Editing group, there is a button called Fill. Clicking on this will also bring up a menu of options for how you would like to fill the selection.

Some of the options that you have when filling cells include filling them with data from left to right, top to bottom, or in a custom order that you specify. You can also choose to fill cells with numbers, dates, or other data. If you have a lot of data in a selection, you can use the AutoFill feature to automatically fill in the cells for you. Simply select the cells that you want to fill, and then click on the AutoFill button in the Editing group on the Home tab.

You can also use enhanced filling to copy data from one place to another. To do this, simply select the cells that you want to copy, and then click on the Copy button in the Clipboard group on the Home tab. Next, select the cell where you want to paste the data, and then click on the Paste button in the Clipboard group. You will see a menu of options for how you would like to paste the data. Choose whether you want to paste it as values, formulas, or both.

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