Excel's fill function, not only can use the drag method to fill the formula or the content, simultaneously, we also can use the automatic filling function, fills the corresponding data or the formula!
If you want to fill formulas in n cells, it is not scientific to use the drag method because there are too many rows of data. For example, you want to fill the formula between C1 and C10000, and if you use drag, then you're too tired. This time, you should use the AutoFill feature.
The method is as follows: First look at the table.
The formula is set in cell C1, and now all we have to do is to fill in the cells in the C2 to C9, and also to populate the formulas.
Like the following figure, select the C1:c9 area.
Then, select the menu "edit" → "fill" → "Fill Down", as shown below.
In this case, the selected cells are automatically populated with formulas.
In Excel, if the amount of data is very large, then it is appropriate to use this automatic filling method. At the same time, Excel also has the right, left, up automatic fill function, the method and the above is consistent, here is not much to say.