Exploring Microsoft Excel 2003 Comprehensive
For Introductory Computer courses in Microsoft Office 2003 or courses in Computer Concepts with a lab component for Microsoft Office 2003 applications.
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The distinction between relative, absolute, and mixed references, coupled with
the importance of isolating the assumptions on which a worksheet is based, are
basic concepts in spreadsheet design. A relative reference (such as Al) changes
Mixed References: Most spreadsheets can be developed using a combination of
relative and absolute references. Occasionally, however, you will need to
incorporate mixed references as in a multiplication table. This assignment asks
you to ...
Step 8 1 Create the Mixed References Click in cell C6. Pull down the Insert menu
and click Function (or click the Insert Function button on the formula bar) to
display the Insert Function dialog box. Click the drop-down arrow, then click
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