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Use relative and absolute references in formulas

Use relative and absolute references in formulas: Cert Prep: Excel 2013 Microsoft Office Specialist (77-420)
Use relative and absolute references in formulas: Cert Prep: Excel 2013 Microsoft Office Specialist (77-420)

Learn the difference between Relative and Absolute references used in formulas, and how to determine when an Absolute reference is needed. Author Jen McBee will discuss both types of references, and show you a great tip for viewing the precedence and dep

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