There are two types of cell references: relative and absolute. Relative and
absolute references behave differently when copied and filled to other cells.
By default, a cell reference is relative. For example, when you refer to cell A2 from
cell C2, you are actually referring to a cell that is two columns to the left (C ...
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By default, Excel uses relative reference. See the formula in cell D2 below. Cell
D2 references (points to) cell B2 and cell C2.
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Computer dictionary definition for what relative cell reference means including
related links, information, and terms.
Excel has two types of cell references: Relative and absolute. Relative references
shift as you copy and paste cells. Absolute references do not.
Absolute and Relative References. A cell reference tells Excel where to look for
values to use in a formula. Using cell references is helpful because if the values ...
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