Learn Excel 2010 – “Named Range and Implicit Intersection”: Podcast #1579

August 6, 2012 at 1:37 pm

Name Box Expand is a great way to actually be able to see your Ranges – as you’ve named them – in the Named Range Box, without trying to guess what you are looking at. But did you know that you can find that name showing in lists when using other Functions of Excel? Bill shows us an interesting discovery and the uses of that discovery in Episode #1579 – this may make your Excel tasks just that much easier and more logical to follow. Today begins a week-long Series on Named Ranges:  This is Part I of III

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