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I am trying to have a cell copy/paste repeatedly by double clicking the lower right corner.  What I normally do itsclick the lower right corner of the selected cell twice (double click the lower right corner) and all the cells below will have that data copied into them.  Today for some reason that is not working. What should I look at?
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Question by:wfcrr
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Do you have a blank cell beneath?
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Rob Henson earned 500 total points
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The double click relies on data in a neighbouring column.

If the column to the left and right are blank then the double click routine doesn't know the extent to fill down.
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