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Ch3_4 - 1 Section 3.4 Formatting a Table Tables are a...

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Next Previous Section 3.4: Formatting a Table ® Tables are a common use of Excel ® Formatting a table to look proper is important ® Tables make it easy to plot data ® Tables are best when they use relative and fixed references to their advantage 11 Section 3.4: Formatting a Table
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Next Previous Section 3.4: Formatting a Table 22 ® The Formula Bar shows the formula in the current cell ® Formulas start with an = and can be typed in or “pointed – in” ® B5 is a relative cell reference (relative to B6) ® In this case meaning the cell directly above the current cell ® $B$1 is a fixed cell reference. Cell B5 was COPIED and PASTED (using click-and-highlight) into cells B6 to B13 Current cell Creating a table – the x values
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Next Previous Section 3.4: Formatting a Table 33 Creating a table – the y values Notice that we have renamed the sheet and saved the file Cell C4 was COPIED and then PASTED (using click-and-highlight) into cells C5 to C13 ® The variables named “a” and “b” are fixed
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