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When you delete a row/column, what does it delete? The entire row/column and all information pertaining to those cells
SUM Adds all the numbers in a range of cells
MIN Find the smallest number in a range of cells
MAX Finds the maximum number in a range of cells
COUNT Counts the number of variables in a range of cells
=now() gives current date and time
Creating Percentages Cell/Cell, press percentages sign while it is selected
How to create an absolute reference Meaning "fixed" reference, place a $ before the column and row
Selecting non-adjacent cells Select first cell, hold CTRL, and select additional cells
Advanced Formulas Complex formulas with a formula within a formula, like "solving for x" ie. 2+2+x=6
Filling Adjacent cells Click the cell, grab the cell handle at the bottom right and drag to fill adjacent cells
Fill formatting only Click the cell, grab the cell handle and fill adjacent cells, click the auto fill options button, click "fill formatting only"
Function, f4 does what? Creates an absolute reference in relation to the selected cell
Formula for SUM =SUM(Cell1:Cell2)
Created by: Rose_Marie