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Excel 2020: Use a Named Range Instead of Absolute References

Excel 2020: Use a Named Range Instead of Absolute References

If you want to avoid using $ in references to make them absolute, you can use named ranges instead. Select the tax rate cell in F1 and click in the name box to the left of the formula bar.
A tax rate of 6.25% is shown in cell F1. If you select F1, the cell address of F1 appears in a Name Box to the left of the formula bar. Click in the Name Box.
Type a name for this cell or range of cells. You cannot use spaces in the name, but TaxRate (or Tax_Rate) will work.
Type a name for the cell. The name can not have spaces, so use TaxRate instead of "Tax Rate".
When you type the formula, use =B2*TaxRate.
After naming the range, any new formulas will use the named range. For example, =B2*TaxRate. In this case, TaxRate is like an absolute reference. As you copy the formula, it will keep pointing at the TaxRate in F1.
Tip
To see all of the named ranges in a worksheet, reduce the zoom to 39% or lower.
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