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fill range not working

  Asked By: Gwendolyn    Date: Feb 18    Category: MS Office    Views: 821
  

Normally you can fill a range by moving the pointer over the lower right corner
of a cell, and dragging it down. However, this feature no longer works in my
Excel. I wonder if a disabled it by error and not properly enabled it again. Can
somebody please tell me how to enable this feature again?

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Answer #1    Answered By: Jimmy Abp     Answered On: Feb 18

This is not a group for normal Excel features, but rather it is for
macros in the proramming language that is called Visual Basic for
Applications. However, look in the Menu > Tools > Edit. The "Allow
Drag and Drop" should be checked.
On my Excel 97, un-checking it takes away my little box on the lower
right of a selected cell  that allows the feature  you are talking
about. I figured this out by simply looking around a bit. When
something stops, don't forget to look in the preferences - in this
case called options.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Rickey Scott     Answered On: Feb 18

thanks for the info. I've been using Excel for quite awhile and
still don't know all the cavets of its use. Didn't know that you could
turn it off and on. I read all these posts just to learn something I
didn't already know.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Monique Perry     Answered On: Feb 18

Neither did I until I poked the Menu and saw the little square
vanish. I thought it was called "auto-fill". It's murder getting rid
of something that spontaneously appears (disapears) and you don't know
what it is called to revert it.
Then there's those things you swear you could change (in an earler
version) and can't now.

 
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