How to Copy Formulas in Excel
When copying formulas in Excel, you'll find that sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. The key to making sure your formulas work every time is Absolute Cell References. This makes sure that your formula uses the same cell reference each time - wherever it is copied to.
Learn how to create an Absolute Cell Reference in this video with Senior Facilitator Nicky — an absolute must watch before you attend our Excel Core Level 2 course!
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