# How do you AutoFill in Excel 2013?

## How do you AutoFill in Excel 2013?

To use AutoFill, you select the cell or cells that already contain an example of what you want to fill and then drag the fill handle. The fill handle is the little black square in the lower-right corner of the selected cell or range.

## How do I AutoFill formulas in Excel?

Select the cell with the formula and the adjacent cells you want to fill. Click Home > Fill, and choose either Down, Right, Up, or Left. Keyboard shortcut: You can also press Ctrl+D to fill the formula down in a column, or Ctrl+R to fill the formula to the right in a row.

**Can you AutoFill functions in Excel?**

Click and hold the left mouse button, and drag the plus sign over the cells you want to fill. And the series is filled in for you automatically using the AutoFill feature. Or, say you have information in Excel that isn’t formatted the way you need it to be, such as this list of names.

**How do I apply a formula to an entire column automatically?**

Just select the cell F2, place the cursor on the bottom right corner, hold and drag the Fill handle to apply the formula to the entire column in all adjacent cells.

### How do I AutoFill years in Excel?

How to Autofill Sequential Years

- Enter the first 2 years of the series and press Enter.
- Select these two cells and hover the cursor over the bottom right corner of the second cell until you see the Fill Handle.
- LEFT-click and drag the Fill Handle to fill the cells you want autofilled.

### How do I automatically add data in Excel?

To use the Fill command on the ribbon, enter the first value in a cell and select that cell and all the adjacent cells you want to fill (either down or up the column or to the left or right across the row). Then, click the “Fill” button in the Editing section of the Home tab.

**How do I automatically update the formula in Excel when a new row is inserted?**

Create a calculated column

- Create a table.
- Insert a new column into the table.
- Type the formula that you want to use, and press Enter.
- When you press Enter, the formula is automatically filled into all cells of the column — above as well as below the cell where you entered the formula.

**How do you copy formula down in Excel without changing cell reference?**

Press F2 (or double-click the cell) to enter the editing mode. Select the formula in the cell using the mouse, and press Ctrl + C to copy it. Select the destination cell, and press Ctl+V. This will paste the formula exactly, without changing the cell references, because the formula was copied as text.

#### How can you use AutoFill to provide all 12 months in a year across the columns in row 1 of a data set starting at column B?

How can you use AutoFill to provide all 12 months in a year across the columns in row 1 of a data set, starting at column B? Enter Jan in cell B1, and then drag the fill handle to cell M1.

#### How do I AutoFill sequential months in Excel?

Autofill Years/Weekdays in Excel Select the first cell with a date (A2) and position a cursor in the bottom right corner of the cell, until the small black cross appears. That’s the fill handle, which you can use to autofill data.

**How do you insert a row and automatically include formulas?**

Auto fill formula when inserting blank rows with creating a table

- Select the data range that you want to auto fill formula, and then click Insert > Table, see screenshot:
- In the Create Table dialog, check the My table has headers if there are headers in your data, see screenshot:

**How do I automatically insert rows in Excel and keep formulas?**

Method 1: Auto Fill Formula When Inserting New Rows/Data by Create Table

- Step 1: In excel ribbon, click Insert->Table.
- Step 2: In pops up ‘Create Table’ dialog, select the table range ($A$1:$C$6 in this case) as your table.
- Step 3: Click OK.
- Step 4: Insert a new row for test.

## How to autofill in Excel without dragging?

Apply the filter.

## What is the shortcut for autofill in Excel?

– F1: Open the help menu – F2: Edit the active cell – F3: Paste a name into a formula – F4: Repeat the last action ctrl+y can be used for this action – F5: Goes to a specific cell – F6: Move to the next pane – F7: Spell check selected text or document – F8: Enter extend mode – F9: Recalculate every workbook – F10: Ac

**How do you stop auto fill in Excel?**

Open Excel 2010.

**How to auto fill numbers in Excel without dragging?**

Apply the formula in 1st cell