Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use mixed cell references, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Presenter] When you write formulas in Excel…many times you're using what are called absolute references…and if you've never had the need for an absolute address…or a mixed address you might not be familiar with the term.…In this worksheet we're gonna put in a New Salary…in column I.…Let me zoom in on this.…I'll hold down on Control, use the mouse wheel.…Everybody is going to get the 3.1% increase.…I need a formula here and so I2 for the first person…then I'll copy it down the column…and in this formula I will be using cell K1.…
But I wanna be able to write the formula…so that I can use K1 repeatedly here…and if you've never seen this…you wouldn't have any instinctive idea…as to what to do at first.…Start with the formula here.…You can write this in any number of different ways.…Equal H2 times this amount and it's in K1.…Now even before we finish the formula…if you've worked with formulas I think you would know…that if we're going to be copying this down the column…that formula as we see it right now…is going to reach for the next cell downward,…
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