When we draw a table, we usually see a number of consecutive cells entering the same or sequential numbers, we can drag the selection to achieve the effect of filling the specified content! But when we come across cells that are not contiguous and want to enter the same or sequential things in these cells, we are too lazy to input them one at a time. How to achieve it!?
In fact, we can use such a method to achieve:
Enter the same content
First, the CTRL key selects the cells you want to enter, and then type the number or other characters you wish to enter in the last cell, and when you're sure to use the CTRL + ENTER key combination, we'll be able to type the same content in these noncontiguous cells!
Enter different content
The steps for selecting the content and entering the same content are the same, and then when you are sure you are using the key combination of SHIFT + ENTER, in the order in which you just select the cell. Although it is still not possible to reach the sequential fill number, it is much simpler than one input.
Tip: This method can be used in Excel 2003 and 2007