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A reserved place in the computer's memory that allows you to collect text and graphics from and Office document and then paste them into almost any other type of document.
Excel displays the titles on the screen, no matter how far down or to the right you scroll.
Shows the date the workbook, report, or other document was created or the period it represents.
Returns a number that corresponds to the system date and time beginning with December 31, 1899.
Absolute Cell Reference
Instructs Excel to keep the cell reference constant in the formula as it copies it to the destination area.
Relative Cell Reference
Instructs Excel to adjust the cell reference as it copies it to the destination area.
Mixed Cell Reference
A cell reference with only one dollar sign before either the column or the row.
Provides a simple way to show trends and variations in a range of data within a single cell.
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