###### Asked in MusicJapanDecade - 1960s

Music

Japan

Decade - 1960s

# Where can I find information on Bootlegged Red and Orange record albums copied in Japan in the 1960's?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### August 28, 2007 1:36AM

Any of the following websites may be able to provide the value of your album: www.neatstuff.net/records/Records.html

www.forevervinyl.com/

www.recordcollectorslc.com

www.vinylalbums4sale.com/index.html

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mixed reference may not change, depending on the direction it is
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but will if copied across.
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but will if copied down.
An absolute cell reference will never change when it is copied. A
mixed reference may not change, depending on the direction it is
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A$4 is a mixed reference that will not change if copied down,
but will if copied across.
$A4 is a mixed reference that will not change if copied across,
but will if copied down.
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mixed reference may not change, depending on the direction it is
copied.
A$4 is a mixed reference that will not change if copied down,
but will if copied across.
$A4 is a mixed reference that will not change if copied across,
but will if copied down.
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mixed reference may not change, depending on the direction it is
copied.
A$4 is a mixed reference that will not change if copied down,
but will if copied across.
$A4 is a mixed reference that will not change if copied across,
but will if copied down.
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mixed reference may not change, depending on the direction it is
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but will if copied across.
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but will if copied down.
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mixed reference may not change, depending on the direction it is
copied.
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but will if copied across.
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but will if copied down.

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copied. A formula of any kind that is copied by putting the cursor
in the cell below it and pressing CTRL and ' will not change.
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with no cell references will not change when it is copied. A
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when it is copied. Formulas with all mixed references may or may
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direction it is copied. For example, the following formula will not
change if it is copied across, but will if it is copied down:
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The following formula will not change if it is copied down, but
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with no cell references will not change when it is copied. A
formula that has all cell references as absolute will not change
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not change depending on the type of mixed reference it is and the
direction it is copied. For example, the following formula will not
change if it is copied across, but will if it is copied down:
=$B3*10
The following formula will not change if it is copied down, but
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A formula with relative references will change when it is
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in the cell below it and pressing CTRL and ' will not change.
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formula that has all cell references as absolute will not change
when it is copied. Formulas with all mixed references may or may
not change depending on the type of mixed reference it is and the
direction it is copied. For example, the following formula will not
change if it is copied across, but will if it is copied down:
=$B3*10
The following formula will not change if it is copied down, but
will if it is copied across:
=B$3*10
A formula with relative references will change when it is
copied. A formula of any kind that is copied by putting the cursor
in the cell below it and pressing CTRL and ' will not change.
That will depend on the formula and how it is copied. A formula
with no cell references will not change when it is copied. A
formula that has all cell references as absolute will not change
when it is copied. Formulas with all mixed references may or may
not change depending on the type of mixed reference it is and the
direction it is copied. For example, the following formula will not
change if it is copied across, but will if it is copied down:
=$B3*10
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will if it is copied across:
=B$3*10
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copied. A formula of any kind that is copied by putting the cursor
in the cell below it and pressing CTRL and ' will not change.
That will depend on the formula and how it is copied. A formula
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formula that has all cell references as absolute will not change
when it is copied. Formulas with all mixed references may or may
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not change depending on the type of mixed reference it is and the
direction it is copied. For example, the following formula will not
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direction it is copied. For example, the following formula will not
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copied. A formula of any kind that is copied by putting the cursor
in the cell below it and pressing CTRL and ' will not change.
That will depend on the formula and how it is copied. A formula
with no cell references will not change when it is copied. A
formula that has all cell references as absolute will not change
when it is copied. Formulas with all mixed references may or may
not change depending on the type of mixed reference it is and the
direction it is copied. For example, the following formula will not
change if it is copied across, but will if it is copied down:
=$B3*10
The following formula will not change if it is copied down, but
will if it is copied across:
=B$3*10
A formula with relative references will change when it is
copied. A formula of any kind that is copied by putting the cursor
in the cell below it and pressing CTRL and ' will not change.
That will depend on the formula and how it is copied. A formula
with no cell references will not change when it is copied. A
formula that has all cell references as absolute will not change
when it is copied. Formulas with all mixed references may or may
not change depending on the type of mixed reference it is and the
direction it is copied. For example, the following formula will not
change if it is copied across, but will if it is copied down:
=$B3*10
The following formula will not change if it is copied down, but
will if it is copied across:
=B$3*10
A formula with relative references will change when it is
copied. A formula of any kind that is copied by putting the cursor
in the cell below it and pressing CTRL and ' will not change.