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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).
That is:
give the same result


Merci, Jean-Francois!

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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