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[libreoffice-users] Re: [newbie/Calc] How to mix relative/absolute cells in formula?


Brian Barker wrote
> That $ holds the column indicator, E, fixed, so that it would not be
> automatically changed to another column (F2, G2, ...) if you filled or
> copied the formula to other *columns*. What you need here is just to keep
> the row indicator, 2, fixed, so you need E$2 instead.

Thank you!




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