Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating mixed reference formulas; converting to a table; applying conditional formatting, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] When writing certain kinds of forms in Excel…you may need to use what's called a mixed address,…sometimes called a mixed reference.…We're going to build a multiplication table…in this worksheet.…I want a 20 by 20 grid; so starting in cell A2,…I'm going to put in the number one…and then point to that fill handle…on the lower right-hand corner, hold down the control key,…and drag that fill handle downward to row 21.…If you're holding down control and you drag an entry,…Excel will automatically increment it by one…provided you let go of the mouse first, as I just did.…
I can do the same thing across starting in B1,…but I could also copy this and transpose it.…So I'll press Ctrl + C and go to cell B1 and (mumbles)…paste special and the keystroke shortcut Ctrl + Alt + V.…Remember, Ctrl + V is paste, Ctrl + Alt + V…is paste special; and we use transpose, click Okay.…So, and let's readjust those column widths.…Click in the upper left corner; just drag any column…to be a bit narrower so I can see the numbers a bit better.…
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