Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Working with formulas
Clicking the Paste Names command at the bottom of the Use In Formula menu displays the
Paste Name dialog box shown in Figure 12-17. If you do this in Edit mode (while you are
editing in a cell, as in Figure 12-16), the dialog box appears as shown in Figure 12-17.
Figure 12-16 Click the Use In Formula button, and then select a name to enter it in the selected
cell.
Figure 12-17 The Paste Name dialog box does the same job as the Use In Formula menu.
Creating a list of names
In large worksheet models, it’s easy to accumulate a long list of defined names. To keep a
record of all the names used, you can paste a list of defined names in your worksheet by
clicking Paste List in the Paste Name dialog box, as shown in Figure 12-18. (When you open
the Paste Name dialog box, the Paste List button is visible only if you are in Ready mode,
not Edit mode. You cannot be editing a cell, as shown in Figure 12-16, when you click the
Paste Names command.) Excel pastes the list in your worksheet beginning at the active cell.
Worksheet-only names appear in the list only when you click Paste List on the worksheet
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