If you have a formula that you want to copy down your table quickly, you can do it the slow way by dragging down the bottom right hand corner of the cell, or the quick way, which is to double click the bottom right hand corner of the cell.

As long as there is data to the left hand side of the formula you want to copy downwards, this trick will work.

Double click on the corner of a cell

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