Learn Excel – “Point to a New Range” – Podcast #1741
You have a Formula with 6 Absolute References. You want to keep one of those constant, but change the other 5 References to point to a New Range – how will you do that?
Today, in Episode #1741 Bill shows two methods:
- One involves dragging a Range five times
- The other is a bit more convoluted. However, the big discovery in this episode is that you can use F4 to change all nine References from Absolute to Relative, provided your selection does not begin or end on a Cell Reference.
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