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Creating an Absolute Reference in a Formula
Understanding Absolute References It’s called an absolute reference
because when you copy it, it absolutely stays that cell reference and
never changes. An example of a formula with an absolute reference
might be =B21*$B$23. The reference to cell B23 will not change when
Press Enter . The result of the calculation displays in the cell.
Copy the formula to the adjacent cells using either the Fill or Copy and
Paste method.
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