how does cell referencing in excel make forcasting for grades easier
17,179,869,184 cells in one excel
if you move or copy the formula to another cell, the cells referred formula will changed. Excel adjusts the cell references relative to the new cell in which the formula is pasted. this is called relative referencing.
to select cells
a completed series of cells
row = horizontal cells column = vertical cells
You just need to be able to reference the other sheet, which you do with the sheet name, an exclamation mark and a cell reference. So in a cell on Sheet2, you could have a formula referencing cell A3 on Sheet1 that could be something like: =IF(Sheet1!A3>50, "Over 50","50 or Less")
The formula bar.
The Delete command.
A dependent is a cell that a formula depends on. The cells mentioned in a formula are its dependents.
In effect a cell in Excel is a box where either text, number or formula can be placed.