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Repeating Cell Contents in Excel

If you want to repeat cell contents in Excel, there are a few different ways that you can do this. One way is to use the fill handle. To do this, select the cell that contains the content you want to repeat. Then, click and drag the fill handle (the small square in the bottom-right corner of the cell) until all of the cells you want to fill are selected. The contents of the cell will be copied into all of the selected cells.

Another way to repeat cell contents is to use the Fill command. To do this, select the cell that contains the content you want to repeat. Then, go to the Home tab and click on the Fill button (in the Editing group). From there, you can choose how you want to fill the selected cells. For example, you can choose to fill them with a series, a gradient, or just copy the contents of the original cell.

You can also use a macro to repeat cell contents. To do this, select the cell that contains the content you want to repeat. Then, press Alt+F8 to open the Macro dialog box. In the Macro dialog box, select Record Macro and give your macro a name. After you click OK, Excel will start recording your actions. To stop recording, press Alt+F8 again and then click Stop Recording.

Once you've recorded your macro, you can run it by pressing Alt+F8 and then selecting Run Macro. The macro will then repeat whatever actions you recorded.

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