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now lets talk about something called the fill handle so the fill handle is this little kind of blue square in the bottom right hand corner of any cell and thats really important for functions and patterns and things like that so lets just illustrate sort of the power of it pretty quickly so if I type a 1 in this cell and if I click and drag this fill handle its gonna copy what I have and then paste it as many times as I drag it so as long as I drag that its gonna fill in that selection with what I have but if I wanted to count so say I had a list of things in my spreadsheet and I wanted to number one through 50 to sort of assign a number to each of those all I have to do is start the pattern a little bit so now its not just going to copy that one now if I select both of these and I can do that by holding down ctrl and clicking into that cell so I have a continuous selection now because Ive sort of assigned a pattern I can drag that all the way down and lets say I want 50 numbe