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In excel, I have a formala that I want to repeat, but I want

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In excel, I have a formala that I want to repeat, but I want one of the variables to stay the same, while the other increases down the column



Could you post the formula in your reply and identify which cell reference needs to be fixed and which should increase



Customer: replied 6 years ago.
=O3*M111 I want the o3 to increase to o4, but the m111 to stay as m111

Ok, paste this formula in row 3 in an empty column (e.g. in cell S3)




Then copy the formulas down to as many rows as you like


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