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Absolute or relative references

Absolute or relative references: Excel 2016: Macros in Depth
Absolute or relative references: Excel 2016: Macros in Depth

Absolute references are automatically on, unless you turn on Relative References, located on the Developer tab. You need relative references when recording macros that handle sets of repetitiously structured data where you don't want exact addresses, e.g. move down a certain number of rows, not move to cell H3.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel Microsoft Office Office 365

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