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Hello, I've had my mac book pro for a few weeks now and I'm still making the transition over from Excel. I did install iWork 09, I am making an spread sheet which i need to make in one column 0-9 then below it 10-19 and so on on to 1500 its for tracking raffle tickets, is there a way I can do this with an auto fill option? if there is please let me know.

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