Double-tap the cell containing the formula you wish to duplicate. Tap Select to the right of the formula in the formula editor above the keyboard. Drag the blue selection handles to just include the section of the formula you want to copy, then hit Copy. The copied formula will be inserted into the selected cell.

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To copy and paste a formula, do the following:

- Select the cell with the formula you want to copy.
- Press. + C.
- Click the cell where you want to paste the formula.
- To quickly paste the formula with its formatting, press + V.
- Clicking the arrow gives you a list of options.

The steps for copying formulae without modifying the cell references are as follows:

- Select the cells that have the formulas that you want to copy.
- Go to Home –> Find & Select –> Replace.
- In the Find and Replace dialog box:
- Click OK.
- Copy these cells.
- Paste it in the destination cells.
- Go to Home –> Find & Replace –> Replace.

1. Enter the formula in the first cell where you wish to use it, then copy the formula cell by hitting the Ctrl + C keys simultaneously. 3. Finally, hit Ctrl + V to paste the copied formula into the chosen cells, and then press Enter.

Remove a formula while keeping the results.

- Select the cell or range of cells that contains the formula.
- Click Home > Copy (or press Ctrl + C).
- Click Home > arrow below Paste > Paste Values.

Cut (or Ctrl + X) by selecting Home > Cut. Choose the cell where you want the formula to appear, then click Paste (or press Ctrl + V). Check to make sure the cell references are still what you want.... Take note of the formula.

- Select the cell that contains the formula.
- In the formula bar.
- Press F4 to switch between the combinations.

To accomplish this, select and copy the original cell containing the formula once more, and then click on the cell into which you wish to paste the link to the original cell. To display the drop-down menu, click the Paste button in the Paste area of the Home tab. The original cell will now be linked to the new cell.

Yes, you may copy a formula to a different cell without affecting the cell references.

- Double-click the cell with the formula you want to copy.
- In the formula bar above the spreadsheet, highlight the formula and press Ctrl + C (copy).