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On 1/4/15 3:11 PM, Kaj Persson wrote:
You might have the answer in your own question, even I am not quite
ready in my thinking about this.

If you move the formula (e.g. via the sequence ctrl+X and ctrl+V at the
new position, well you can do it via the edit menu instead)  the
references do not change, the formula still points at the same cells as
in the first position. It is when you copy the formula the references
change, as they are relative. However to really get them absolute, you
have to anchor them with the "$" sign.

That is very cool. I tried it and it works. I didn't realize there was a difference between copying and cutting.

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