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Use absolute and relative references in formulas

Use absolute and relative references in formulas: Excel 2016: Introduction to Formulas and Functions
Use absolute and relative references in formulas: Excel 2016: Introduction to Formulas and Functions

Putting a value in a cell both makes the value visible—instead of hidden in a formula—and enables you to change the value without editing the formula. In this video, learn how to use cell references effectively.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel Microsoft Office

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