Excel Sum a Bunch of Rows Using the Same Formula (Mac & PC)

More commonly (to a majority of searchers) “Apply the same formula to multiple rows in Excel”

CR Rollyson
1 min readJan 18, 2024

After you run a formula once, you can easily repeat apply it using “CMD+D”

In the video, I’m typing in a cell location that contains a number and dividing it by 365 to get a daily average. Since the table data is set up the same way, I can easily move down the list running the same formula without having to update the cell location or /365.

As the first manual formula completes, the focus moves to the cell below (visible by highlight) and I type “CMD+D” and continue moving down the list typing CMD+D at each stop to run the formula, quickly.

This is a simple example, but any formula can be applied using the same method.

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CR Rollyson is a Digital User Experience & Web Manager for a S&P 500 Fintech company and is the COO of Side Role, a marketing team in Charlotte North Carolina partnering with In-house Teams & Agencies, Non-profits, and Start-Ups. Learn more about Side Role here.



CR Rollyson

UX & Web mgr for a S&P 500 Fintech & COO of Side Role, a marketing team partnering w In-house Teams & Agencies, Non-profits, & Start-Ups. https://siderole.com