On Mon, Dec 26, 2011 at 11:21 AM, Csanyi Pal <csanyipal@gmail.com> wrote:
Alan Boba <aboba0@gmail.com> writes:
On Mon, Dec 26, 2011 at 10:46 AM, Alan Boba <aboba0@gmail.com> wrote:
2011/12/26 Csányi Pál <csanyipal@gmail.com>
constant column when formula is copied $B6. A formula containing this
reference will always us "B" as the column but the row will change if the
formula is copied to a different row.
It works for the next raw, but how can I use this behavior when I want to
copy to a different column?
When I'm trying to copy to the next column:
=HA(DARABÜRES('5.'.$AD6);"0";HA('5.'.$AD6="1";"-";HA("1"<'5.'.$AD6<"6";"+";"hamis")))
It remains like this:
=HA(DARABÜRES('5.'.$AD6);"0";HA('5.'.$AD6="1";"-";HA("1"<'5.'.$AD6<"6";"+";"hamis")))
and the address $AD6 doesn't changed to $AD7, why?
I'm a bit lost by your question. Copying the first formula to another cell
_on_the_same_row_ should have exactly the result you've shown.
If the cell reference in the formula should change from $AD6 to $AD7 then
after copying the formula it must be pasted one row below the row it is
copied from. If the formula is in cell A1 and copied from there to cell B2
the cell reference in the formula will be updated from $AD6 to $AD7. Note
the destination I've given is on a different row and in a different column.
However only the row number would change because the column value is
preceded by "$". If the formula is pasted into a cell two rows lower then
the cell reference would change from $AD6 to $AD8 and so on.
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