The formula is given as =AVERAGE(number1,number2. However, what you put in the brackets can be numbers (1,2,3 etc. reference cells (A1,B3 etc. or a whole list range (A1:B3) or even
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1. Start Microsoft Excel. You can do this by doubleclicking on the Microsoft Excel icon on your computer's desktop or by clicking on Start, highlighting Programs, and clicking Microsoft
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If we assume your numbers are in A1:A50 you would simply use the Average formula like shown below; Includes cells that contain 0 (zeros) =AVERAGE(A1:A50) Ignores blank cells and will
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i am setting up a spreadsheet for work and want to be able to enter monthly statistics and have a year to date percentage calculation. i want to be able to sit with employees each
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