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Gilles wrote:

A cell contains a negative number that I need to turn into a positive, eg.
-123 becomes 123.

I checked the Math section, but didn't find a function to do this:

Is there a way?

Thank you.

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What you need to use is ABS(). This is the absolute value function. If you click on the function wizard (the icon is a "fx), it opens. The first function in the list should be ABS.


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