In this video, learn about the difference between relative and absolute cell references, and use absolute cell referencing to preserve rows and columns when copying a formula.
- [Instructor] Well, so far as we've been working…with formulas and functions and copying them…either across columns or down rows,…we've seen what's known as relative addressing.…Automatically, a formula that uses certain values on a row…when you copy it down…will continue to use those rows next to it.…That's the relative addressing.…Sometimes, however, you want to freeze on a cell,…on a row or a column and that's called absolute addressing…and we're going to look at that in this movie…with our leaf and mortar budget file 0503…if you're catching up.…
We're going to start by adding a table…that's simply going to contain an exchange rate.…So we'll go up here to the table button…and we'll just go to this plain option here…in the middle left-hand side and click…and you can see what we get, a fairly large table,…much larger than we need.…So what we're going to do is select the table…by going to the handle in the top left corner…and that gives us access to these guys up here…at the top right and bottom of our table.…
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- Recall how to customize the user interface.
- Explain how to save a spreadsheet.
- Describe how to customize table cells and borders.
- Cite the steps for adding an image to a cell.
- Distinguish between different functions and explain how to use them.
- Explain how to format general chart attributes.
- Describe how to use interactive charts.
- Cite how to insert hyperlinks into a document.
- Recall how to add and arrange images.
- Summarize how to collaborate with iCloud.
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1. Get Started
2. Work with Spreadsheets
3. Work with Tables
4. Work with Table Styles
5. Use Formulas and Functions
6. Work with Charts
7. Work with Text and Numbers
8. Work with Objects
9. Create Templates
10. Share Spreadsheets
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