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Your One-Stop Solution to Know About Excel Worksheets

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Your One-Stop Solution For Excel UserForms

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The Best Guide on How to Send an Email in Excel

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Your One-Stop Solution That Will Help You Learn How to Convert PDF to Excel

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A One-Stop Solution for Acing the Excel MIS Report

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All You Need to Know About Barcode in Excel

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Your One-Stop Solution to Learn Mail-Merge in Excel and Its Implementation

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A Comprehensive Guide on Excel Flash Fill

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Slicers in Excel: The Ultimate Guide to Help You Design and Develop Excel Slicers

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One-Stop Solution to Learn Everything About Excel Budget Template

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All You Need to Learn About Match Function in Excel and Its Real-Time Implementation

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Everything You Need to Learn on How to Create a Pivot Table From Multiple Sheets

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The Major Fundamentals About XLookUp in Excel Along With Practical Examples

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The Ultimate Guide to Learn How to Compare Two Columns in Excel

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The Best Guide and Your One-Stop Solution to Master the Fill Series in Excel

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What Is the DATE Function in Excel and How to Implement It?

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Your One-Stop Solution to Designing and Implementing Hyperlinks in Excel

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One-Stop Solution to Master Everything You Need to Know About Auto-Sum in Excel

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DAX in Excel: The Complete Guide for DAX Functions and Formulas in Excel

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A Perfect Guide for All You Need to Know About Data Formatting in Excel

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The Perfect Guide to Learn How to Add Columns in Excel

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The Best Guide and Your One-Stop Solution to Master the Fill Series in Excel

Fill Series in Excel is a smart and intelligent solution to fill your rows with legitimate data and save time with one hundred percent accuracy. One-step and Excel will automatically fill the entire spreadsheet with the correct data based on your inputs.

This tutorial on Fill Series in Excel will help you master the Fill Series method and save time in day-to-day business data analytics. The tutorial will explain the fundamentals of the Fill Series in Excel.

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What Is the Fill Series in Excel?

Fill Series in Excel is an automated way of entering valid data into the rows using Excel's predefined and intelligent prediction functionalities. Fill Series can add the data instantly into the selected range of cells. The values are separated by equal intervals of units like days, steps, months, etc.

So far, you have understood the definition of Fill Series in Excel.

How to Implement Fill Series in Excel?

To understand the Fill Series in Excel much more conveniently, try to execute some practical examples.

Example 1:

The following example has January in its first cell. By dragging the cell, you can see the cells followed by January are getting filled automatically with the help of the fill series. At the bottom, you can see another option that stores a few additional functions to smartly decide which one to be implemented, as shown in the image below.


The cells dragged will automatically fill with the next consecutive cell with the relevant data. This feature applies to both horizontal cells and vertical cells.

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Example 2

The next example is about the WeekDay fill series in Excel. The weekday application for fill series in excel is similar to the months series. You can write the first day or any day of the week and simply drag the cell over the next consecutive cell and fill the relevant data in the succeeding cells, as shown in the image below.


Now comes the tricky part. If you wish to exclude a few days, say, Sunday and Saturday. This can be done by editing a couple of options in the filter or format menu in the bottom right corner, as shown below.


Here, you can select the option of weekdays and filter out the weekends.

With this, you are concluding this tutorial on Fill Series in Excel. If you have any queries regarding any of the concepts discussed in this tutorial, please feel free to let us know in the comments section below.

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Wrapping Up

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