Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
As you probably know, you can change the zoom factor of a worksheet by using the slider on the right side of
the status bar (or, use commands in the View Zoom group). When you zoom a worksheet to 39 percent or
smaller, you see a border around the named ranges with the name displayed in blue letters, as shown in Figure
3-14. The border and name do not print; they simply help you visualize the named ranges on your sheet.
Figure 3-14: Excel displays range names when you zoom a sheet to 39 percent or less.
Using names in charts
When you create a chart, each data series has an associated SERIES formula. The SERIES formula contains ref-
erences to the ranges used in the chart. If you have a defined range name, you can edit a chart's SERIES for-
mula and replace the range reference with the name. After doing so, the chart series will adjust if you change
the definition for the name.
See Chapter 17 for additional information about charts.
How Excel Maintains Cell and Range Names
After you create a name for a cell or range, Excel automatically maintains the name as you edit or modify the
worksheet. The following examples assume that Sheet1 contains a workbook-level name (MyRange) that refers
to the following nine-cell range:
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