If you are looking for some special tricks to fill a formula down to a specific row in Excel, youâ€™ve come to the right place. There are numerous ways to fill formulas down to particular rows in Microsoft Excel. This article will discuss six methods to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel. Letâ€™s follow the complete guide to learn all of this.

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## 7 Suitable Methods to Fill Formula Down to Specific Row in Excel

We will use seven effective and tricky methods to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel. This section provides extensive details on six methods. You should learn and apply all of these, as they improve your thinking capability and Excel knowledge

### 1. Dragging Fill Handle

It is the quickest and simplest way to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel. Here, we have a dataset containing different student marks in Chemistry and Math courses and total marks. At first, we would like to calculate the total marks in terms of percentage for the first student, then fill formulas on specific rows so that each studentâ€™s percentage is calculated. We must follow the following process if we wish to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel in the **Percentage** column.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- Firstly, we will use the following formula in the cell
**F5:**

`=(C5+D5)/E5`

Here, cells **C5, **and **D5** show the marks of each student. The Total Marks are shown in cell **E5.**

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, go to the
**Home**tab, and select the**Percentage**symbol under the**Number**ribbon to convert the format of the number in cell**F5**to percentage format.

- Consequently, we can convert the data into percentage terms.

- After that, drag the
**Fill Handle**icon to use Excelâ€™s**AutoFillÂ**feature.

- Finally, you will be able to fill formulas down to specific rows and get the percentage values in the corresponding cells.

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### 2. Double-Clicking on Fill Handle

Here, we will use another method to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel. Initially, we will calculate the total marks in terms of percentage for the first student in the following dataset, then fill formulas on specific rows so that each studentâ€™s percentages can be calculated. Letâ€™s walk through the steps to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- Firstly, we will use the following formula in the cell
**F5:**

`=(C5+D5)/E5`

Here, cells **C5, **and **D5** show the marks of each student. The Total Marks are shown in cell **E5.**

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, go to the
**Home**tab, and select the**Percentage**symbol under the**Number**ribbon to convert the format of the number in cell**F5**to percentage format.

- Consequently, we can convert the data into percentage terms.
- After that, double-click the
**Fill Handle**icon to use Excelâ€™s**AutoFillÂ**feature.

- As a result, you will be able to fill formulas down to specific rows and get the percentage values in the corresponding cells.

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### 3. Using Down Command from the Fill Drop-Down

In this method, we will use the **Down Command**Â from the **Editing** group to fill the formula down to the specific rows. Letâ€™s walk through the steps to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- Firstly, we will use the following formula in the cell
**F5:**

`=(C5+D5)/E5`

Here, cells **C5, **and **D5** show the marks of each student. The Total Marks are shown in cell **E5.**

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, go to the
**Home**tab, and select the**Percentage**symbol under the**Number**ribbon to convert the format of the number in cell**F5**to percentage format.

- Consequently, we can convert the data into percentage terms.
- After that, select the range of the cells where we want to fill the formula. Then, go to the
**Home**tab and select**Editing>Fill>Down Arrow.**

- As a result, you will be able to fill formulas down to specific rows and get the percentage values in the corresponding cells.

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### 4. Utilizing Fill Series Command

In this method, we will use the **Series** command from the Editing group to fill the formula down to the specific rows. Letâ€™s walk through the steps to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- Firstly, we will use the following formula in the cell
**F5:**

`=(C5+D5)/E5`

Here, cells **C5, **and **D5** show the marks of each student. The Total Marks are shown in cell **E5.**

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, go to the
**Home tab**, and select the**Percentage**symbol under the**Number ribbon**to convert the format of the number in cell**F5**to percentage format.

- Consequently, we can convert the data into percentage terms.
- After that, select the range of the cells where we want to fill the formula. Then, go to the
**Home**tab and select**Editing > Fill > Series.**

- When the
**Series**dialog box appears, select Columns in the**Series in**section and select**AutoFill**in the**TypeÂ**section.

- Finally, you will be able to fill formulas down to specific rows and get the percentage values in the corresponding cells.

### 5. Applying Name Box

Here, we will use another method to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel by using the **Name Box** option.

Letâ€™s walk through the steps to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- Firstly, we will use the following formula in the cell
**F5:**

`=(C5+D5)/E5`

Here, cells **C5, **and **D5** show the marks of each student. The Total Marks are shown in cell **E5.**

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, go to the
**Home**tab, and select the**Percentage**symbol under the**Number**ribbon to convert the format of the number in cell**F5**to percentage format.

- Consequently, we can convert the data into percentage terms.
- Next, press
**â€˜Ctrl+Câ€™**to copy the cell. - After that, in the
**Name Box**enter the range of the cells**F5:F10**where we want to fill the formula. - Press
**Enter**.

- As a consequence, the following
**F5:F10**cells will be selected.

- Then, press
**â€˜Ctrl+Vâ€™**. - As a result, you will be able to fill formulas down to specific rows and get the percentage values in the corresponding cells.

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### 6. Using Keyboard Shortcut

Here, we will use another method to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel by using the **Keyboard Shortcut**. It is the quickest and fastest way to do the task. Letâ€™s walk through the steps to fill formulas down to specific rows in Excel.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- Firstly, we will use the following formula in the cell
**F5:**

`=(C5+D5)/E5`

Here, cells **C5, **and **D5** show the marks of each student. The Total Marks are shown in cell **E5.**

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, go to the
**Home**tab, and select the**Percentage**symbol under the**Number**ribbon to convert the format of the number in cell**F5**to percentage format.

- Consequently, we can convert the data into percentage terms.
- After that, Press
**â€˜Ctrl+Dâ€™**to use Excelâ€™s**AutoFillÂ**feature.

**Read More: How to Drag Formula in Excel with Keyboard (7 Easy Methods)**

### 7. Embedding VBA Code

By using a simple code, you will be able to fill the formula down to a specific row in Excel. You have to follow the following steps.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- Firstly, press
**Alt+F11**to open the VBA editor. Select**Insert > Module**.

- Next, you have to type the following code

```
Sub Fill_Handle()
Range("F5:F10").Formula = "=(C5+D5)/E5"
End Sub
```

- Afterward, close the Visual Basic window.
- After that press
**Alt+F8.** - When the
**Macro**dialogue box opens, select**Fill_Handle**in the**Macro name**. Click on**Run**.

## Conclusion

Thatâ€™s the end of todayâ€™s session. I strongly believe that from now you may fill the formula down to a specific row in Excel. If you have any queries or recommendations, please share them in the comments section below.

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