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Fill Down Quickly in Excel 2010 with Huge Number of Records

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Trying to Quickly Fill Down a formula in a field a 2010 Excel file with 100,000 records.  Dragging is too slow.  Searched online and the EE knowledgebase with no luck.  Any suggestions?
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Ctrl+Shift+downarrow
Ctrl+D
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Is it a formula next to another column?  You can double-click the little black square at bottom right corner.  This will copy down until it finds blank cell in adjacent column.
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The first one worked fine.  The second solution worked in one test, but in another test, it froze up my Excel and my PC, so I think the first one is safe.  Thanks.
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