Well - my husband is from Pittsburgh and pretty disappointed that the Steelers lost - and clearly our dog is also a Steelers fan (see the pic at the end of this posting). As for me - I'm just glad it was a good game and that a good time was had by all at our little Super Bowl Soiree. We served Green Bay Chili (Chili John's recipe) and Pittsburgh Chip-Chop ham so as not to be too biased...and of course lots of Wisconsin cheese.
So how about an AutoCAD Hip Tip on Auto-Fill in Tables?
This is a great tip for those of you who are Lazy AutoCAD users (count me in!). If you're tired of duplicating the same item over and over in a table, or you would like AutoCAD to automatically increment for you - then Auto-fill is for you!
To Duplicate the same item for many cells:
Simply select the cell you want to duplicate - and you'll see a light blue grip in the lower right corner as seen below:
Click on that grip and drag down through all the cells you want to copy the value into:
Voila! now all the cells are filled with the same value!
How to increment cells in a table:
Being able to automatically number cells in a table would save many of us lots of time! It's just as simple. First you'll need to select two cells that determine the starting value and increment as seen below (use Shift to select more than one cell).
Then grab the lower right corner grip and drag it down to fill the cells you want incremented.
And there you have it! Couldn't be easier.
And now...what you've all been waiting for...a picture of Steeler Tiff!