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Hi,

In a spreadsheet, I have formulas in Columns A - Q in row 1. I want to copy each of the columns formulas down to row 200000 in Excel 2007.

Currently, I can only do this one column at a time, but going to the cell locator box, typing A1:A200000, Ctrl D, and Enter.

Is there a way to achieve this for all columns at once?

Thank you
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I select cells A1:Q1, copy, select A2:Q200000, and paste.

Kevin
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The same thing will work if you use your technique but enter A1:Q200000.

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Thank you.
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