Jean-Francois Nifenecker has written on 2/15/2014 12:46 PM:
Le 15/02/2014 18:20, Pikov Andropov a écrit :
How do you name an array?
(1) Select the array
(2) Menu Insert > Names > Define
(3) Enter the name of your choice (no spaces allowed) and hit OK.
From now on, using the array in a formula is equivalent to the absolute
reference to this array.
EG: you select A1:B2 and name it "my_array"
You may write formulae using the $A$1:$B$2 or the my_array syntax (note
that you must not use quotes when dealing with array names in formulae).
give the same result
What's the difference between this kind of named range and the one you
get by doing
Data > Define Range
in step 2?
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