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If I press CRTL+Down I move to the cell before the empty cell.

If I press CTRL+SHIFT+End I end up selecting everything between the active cell and the next empty cell.

Now if I want to auto fill the same range of cells, what is the keyboard shortcut for that? (Autofill; also known as clicking the handle in the lower right hand corner of the cell and dragging)

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  • Because it's to short to be an answer ctrl+d Note: you will have to highlight the cells first – 50-3 Oct 7 '13 at 19:56
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    Note: The answer is already posted here – 50-3 Oct 7 '13 at 19:59
  • @50-3 No that isn't it. I just tired it, and when you select and press CTRL+D, it fills in the value of the top cell. That's not what I'm referring to. I'm referring to when you have a sequence for instance ... user01, user02, user03 etc...and you select those cells and then drag to the bottom of the sheet, and each cell increments. I'm looking for a keyboard shortcut for that. – leeand00 Oct 7 '13 at 20:18
  • Oh you double click it and that fills the rest in. :-p Still not a keyboard shortcut though. – leeand00 Oct 7 '13 at 20:20
  • Alt>H>F>I>S and then shift+tab>down>down>down and then enter – 50-3 Oct 7 '13 at 22:43
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There a two different function that can be performed using this part of the GUI

1st

Fill using formula

Starting point:

pre-cdfill

ctrl + D

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2nd

Fill sequence:

Starting point:

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Alt>H>F>I>S Then shift+tab>down>down>down>Enter

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Personally I see the sequence fill as to cumbersome so below is a quick macro to do the same

Sub dragSeries()
    Selection.DataSeries Rowcol:=xlColumns, Type:=xlAutoFill, Date:=xlDay, _
        Trend:=False
End Sub

Just assign it to say ctrl+shift+D and enjoy

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