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Create formulas rapidly with entire row and column references

Create formulas rapidly with entire row and column references: Excel for Mac 2016: Tips and Tricks
Create formulas rapidly with entire row and column references: Excel for Mac 2016: Tips and Tricks

When you need to write formulas (or use functions) that refer to data in columns, you can often simplify them by referring to entire columns instead of exact addresses. A formula like AVERAGE(K:K), compared with AVERAGE(K2:K932), is not only easier to read, but also doesn't need to be altered if the list grows.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel for Mac

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