You can drag a formula in Google Sheets iPhone App by tapping and holding on the fill handle (the small square on the bottom right of the formula cell in the spreadsheet) and dragging it across the desired range of cells.

You will see the formula applied to all cells in the range you have selected, adjusting the relative cell references in the formula as it fills in each new cell. You can also manually adjust the number of cells to be filled in the formula by typing in a specific cell range.

For example, if you wanted to drag the formula across cells A1 to A20, instead of just dragging it across the desired range, you could type in A1:A20 and the formula would populate the range.

## How do I fill a formula without copying the formatting?

If you want to fill a formula without copying the formatting, you can do so by using the Fill Handle. The Fill Handle allows you to automatically fill in a series of values without having to individually enter every value and format.

To use the Fill Handle, simply select the cells containing the formula and position the mouse over the small square in the bottom right corner of the selection – this is the Fill Handle. Double-click the Fill Handle and the formula will be filled without copying the formatting.

Additionally, you can also use the Fill command under the Home tab in the Editing group. Select the cells containing the formula, click the Fill command, and choose “Series”. This will open a dialog box that asks you to specify the parameters of the series.

Here, you can select a “Linear” series with a “Step value” which is typically “1”. By applying the series parameters, you can fill the formula without copying the formatting.

## How do you drag formula without changing cell reference?

You can drag a formula without changing the cell references by using absolute cell references. An absolute cell reference is a cell address that remains constant, no matter where it is copied or dragged.

To create an absolute cell reference, you need to add a dollar sign ($) before each part of the cell address. For example, a regular cell reference might look like “A1” but an absolute cell reference would look like “$A$1”.

When you drag or copy a formula with an absolute cell reference, the reference will remain the same, regardless of where it is pasted.

## How do I drag cells in Google sheets without changing values?

In order to drag cells in Google Sheets without changing values, you’ll need to use the Copy and Paste feature. First, select the cell or group of cells you want to drag. Then hold the “Ctrl” key and select the “Copy” option from the menu.

Next, select the cell where you’d like to place the copied cell contents. Finally, hold the “Ctrl” key and select the “Paste Special” option from the menu. This will bring up a window with options to paste only the cell contents, values and formatting, or column width.

Select the desired option and click “OK”. The cells will be moved without changing their original values.

## How do you stop Excel from changing a range when you drag a formula down?

To prevent Excel from automatically changing a range when dragging a formula down, you need to use a special type of relative referencing, known as “absolute referencing”. When you set a reference to be absolute, it does not change when you drag the formula down.

To do this, you must include a dollar ($) sign in front of each letter and number of the range. For example, if B3 was the initial range you wanted to reference, you would turn it into an absolute reference by typing in “$B$3” and pressing enter.

With the dollar signs in place, the formula will always refer to this cell and not adjust as you drag it down. This technique is also known as “anchoring” the cell reference, since the dollar signs keep it in place.

## How do you lock formulas when dragging?

Locking formulas when dragging involves setting certain formatting options on the cells containing the formulas that you want to keep in place. Depending on your exact requirements, there are two different approaches you can take to locking your formulas.

The first approach is to use the Format Cells: Protection tab to deselect the “Locked” checkbox. This will prevent the formulas in the cells from moving when you drag the range containing them. This approach is useful if the formulas are only part of a range of cells and you do not want the entire range to move with the drag.

The second approach is to use the Format Cells: Protection tab to select the “Locked” checkbox. This will ensure that the formulas in the cells remain intact when you drag the range containing them. This method is useful if you are dragging the entire range containing the formulas and you want to keep the formulas locked.

After you have either selected or deselected the Locked checkbox, simply select the “OK” button to apply the changes and complete the locking process. You will then be able to drag the range containing the formulas without worrying that the formulas will move or be deleted during the process.

## How do you drag cells in formula?

Dragging cells in formula is a quick and easy way to apply a formula to multiple cells in a worksheet. It can be done by first selecting the cell or range that contains the formula and then hovering the mouse over the lower right corner of the cell until the plus sign appears.

Once you click on the plus sign, you will be able to drag the formula to the other cells that you want to apply the formulas to. It is important to note that you must drag it in the direction of the cells you wish to apply the formula to for it to work properly.

For example, if you wanted to apply the formula to cells A1 to A5, you would drag in the down direction to A5. While dragging the formula, you will notice that the cell references of the formula changes as you move it.

This is because the cell references will adjust automatically as you drag to ensure the formula is applied properly.