Fill down visible cells only


S

Stefi

Hi All,

I have a subtotalled sheet, only subtotal rows are visible. I entered a
formula in the 1st subtotal row and I'd like to fill it down through subtotal
rows only. Is there a simple way (in Excel2007)? Dragging is not good because
it effects the hidden rows, too.

Thanks,
Stefi
 
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S

Stefi

Thanks Eduardo, your way partly does the job, but 2 problems remain:
1. It overwrite the header (row 1) as well,
2. It fills ALL rows (it's more than 1 million in Excel 2007).

Any further idea?
Regards,
Stefi

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E

Eduardo

Hi Stefy,
One question with your subtotals the first one will not start in row1 so
select only the range with subtotals, I tested it and worked
 
E

Eduardo

Hi Stefi,
Another thing be sure you select Visible cells , it should be copying the
formula into the subtotal rows,
Wait a minute I know what happens, select to see only the subtotals # 2 in
your left upper and then do what I told you
 
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Stefi

Selecting first B2:Bn (n is row No of last subtotal) via Goto, then following
with selecting visible cells it worked, thank you! Microsoft should provide a
new feature in filling: Fill visible cells only!
Stefi


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