Learn Excel from MrExcel – “Ctrl+T Table Relative or Absolute?”: Podcast #1635

January 31, 2013 at 2:29 pm

Bill brings us the second Podcast in the “Things that I Learned at Trainertage” Series. [To get a background on ‘Trainertage 2013, see the first episode in this new series: “Dynamic Range Without OFFSET” Podcast #1632]

“Ctrl+T Tables; Relative or Absolute”
Today is another trick from Trainertage 2013: Dietmar Gieringer was showing how to make a Table Reference Absolute using INDIRECT. I was surprised that a Table Formula is Absolute when copied across the Columns. Follow along With Episode #1635 as Bill shows us both styles.

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