## How do you auto fill a series in Excel?

Fill data automatically in worksheet cells

- Select one or more cells you want to use as a basis for filling additional cells. For a series like 1, 2, 3, 4, 5…, type 1 and 2 in the first two cells.
- Drag the fill handle .
- If needed, click Auto Fill Options. and choose the option you want.

**What is fill series in Excel?**

Fills the selected range of cells in the spreadsheet with a series of numbers, characters, or dates. The content of the first cell in the selected range is used as the starting value for the series. In the Fill series dialog box you enter: The start value must be a number, character or properly formatted date.

**Can autofill be used with formulas?**

Anyone who has used Excel for some time knows how to use the autofill feature to autofill an Excel cell based on another. You simply click and hold your mouse on the lower right corner of the cell, and drag it down to apply the formula in that cell to every cell beneath it (similar to copying formulas in Excel).

### How do I get numbers from 1 to 100 in Excel?

Fill a column with a series of numbers

- Select the first cell in the range that you want to fill.
- Type the starting value for the series.
- Type a value in the next cell to establish a pattern.
- Select the cells that contain the starting values.
- Drag the fill handle.

**Why can’t I fill series in Excel?**

If you’re still having an issue with drag-to-fill, make sure your advanced options (File –> Options –> Advanced) have “Enable fill handle…” checked. You might also run into drag-to-fill issues if you’re filtering. Try removing all filters and dragging again.

**How do you AutoFill formulas in sheets?**

Fill Down a Formula (Apply to the entire column)

- Select cell C2.
- Place the cursor over the fill handle icon (the blue square at the bottom-right of the selection).
- Hold the left key on the mouse (trackpad) and drag it down to cell C13 (you can also double click on the bottom right blue square and it will fill the cells)

#### How do you AutoFill formulas in Excel without dragging?

If you intend to copy/autofill a formula without dragging the fill handle, you can just use the Name box. You don’t need to use the Series dialog box to copy formulas. First, type the formula into the first cell (C2) of the column or row and copy the formula by pressing Ctrl + C shortcut.

**How do I autofill numbers in Excel without dragging?**

To fill odd numbers without dragging, type ‘1’ in cell A1, then enter ‘2’ instead of 1 in the Step value, which means that numbers would increase by 2. Enter, up to what number series to be auto-filled in the Stop value.

**How do I fill a series in Excel 2019?**

Click the Fill button on the Home tab followed by Series on its drop-down menu or press Alt+HFIS. The Fill button is located in the Editing group right below the AutoSum button (the one with the Greek sigma). When you select the Series option, Excel opens the Series dialog box.

## How do I AutoFill numbers in Excel without dragging?

The regular way of doing this is: Enter 1 in cell A1. Enter 2 in cell A2. Select both the cells and drag it down using the fill handle….Quickly Fill Numbers in Cells without Dragging

- Enter 1 in cell A1.
- Go to Home –> Editing –> Fill –> Series.
- In the Series dialogue box, make the following selections:
- Click OK.

**How do I copy a formula down an entire column?**

How to copy formula down a column

- Enter a formula in the top cell.
- Select the cell with the formula, and hover the mouse cursor over a small square at the lower right-hand corner of the cell, which is called the Fill handle.
- Hold and drag the fill handle down the column over the cells where you want to copy the formula.

**How do I copy a formula down an entire column in numbers?**

Double-tap the cell with the formula you want to copy. Tap to the right of the formula in the formula editor above the keyboard, then tap Select. Drag the blue selection handles to encompass only the part of the formula you want to copy, then tap Copy.

### How to fill series or formula to a specific row?

1 Select a cell and type the first number of the series. 2 Click Home > Fill > Series. 3 In the Series dialog, if you want to fill cells in a column, check Columns, if not, check Rows, in Type section, check Linear, and in the buttom of 4 Click OK. The sereis has been filled.

**How to fill cells with a formula in Excel?**

Fill Cells with a Formula in Excel 1 Select the cell with the formula and the adjacent cells you want to fill. 2 Click Home > Fill, and choose either Down, Right, Up, or Left.Keyboard shortcut: You can also press Ctrl+D to fill the… See More….

**How can I fill a formula without dragging?**

Click OK. The sereis has been filled. If you want to fill formula without dragging fill handle, you can use the Name box. 1. Type the formula in the first cell you want to apply the formula, and copy the formula cell by pressing Ctrl + C keys simultaneously.

Enter the first number of the series. Then select that cell and the cells that you want to auto fill. Click the Fill button located on the Editing section of the ribbon’s Home tab as shown in the first image. A drop-down menu appears as shown in the second image. Click Series and the Series window appears as shown below.