Paste the same text into multiple Excel cells at the same time!
In Microsoft Excel
, you can enter the same data or text into multiple cells at once using the following simple steps!
The classic marking of several cells in MS Excel, as well as inserting with the key Ctrl + V is probably familiar to everyone!
1. Select all cells for which you want the same text.
Direct entry of the same text in several lines!
2. Enter the desired text directly.
(Optionally start the entry with the F2 key)
3. After entering the text, press the
Ctrl + Enter key
instead of the Enter key
... see Image-1 Point 1
After completing the above steps, the text will be automatically entered in all selected cells. This tip is useful when you have data with the same prefix and need to add something to the end of each cell.
For example, the above steps were followed to type "SoftwareOK.de" in all of the highlighted cells, as shown in the image. Once you're done I could press F2 on a selected cell, go to the end and add "001" to make the cell "SoftwareOK.com 001". You could do this for each cell in order to have SoftwareOK.com 001-016.
(Image-3) Paste the same text into multiple Excel cells at the same time!
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