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Use mixed references in formulas

Use mixed references in formulas: Excel for Mac 2016: Advanced Formulas and Functions
Use mixed references in formulas: Excel for Mac 2016: Advanced Formulas and Functions

When creating Excel formulas that refer to cells in different row and different columns, you sometimes need to use mixed references - a portion of the cell address (column or row) is relative and anther portion is absolute. The keystroke shortcut key command+t helps in exploring the various alternatives.

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