Using Excel 2007, Microsoft introduced powerful and useful feature called as tables. One advantage of tables that you can write formulas readable using structural references. This means, you can write easy to understand such formulas,
[Help SUMIF formula]
But there is a problem. When you type this formula and dragging formula cell remaining side fill cells, Excel changes the reference columns of the table and thus makes your formulas almost useless.
In addition, there is a simple solution for this problem.
Instead of dragging the cell to fill the formulas, you can use the copy paste to fill formulas &. In this case, Excel preserves all references table while changing cell references and accordingly. Watch this demo to understand:
Since the found feature tables in Excel 2007, I have been using them to save time and simplify working with data. Schedules of many useful features that make life simple for analysts and data junkies everywhere.
What about you? Are you using Excel tables? What are the tricks above your table? Participation please use the comments.
If you use Excel 2007 or above, I encourage you to learn Excel tables. They make your life simpler. Go to the bottom of articles for more information,
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