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To quickly ad the $ symbol around your cell references simply select the cell references in the formula bar and press f4. For example, if you have =A1 in the formula bar and you highlight and then press f4, the result will be =$A$1.

A quick way to create an absolute cell reference.

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One Response to “F4 Function Key in Excel”

  1. Jon Peltier on November 20th, 2008 at 12:48 pm

    You should mention that pressing F4 repeatedly cycles through the possible combinations of absolute and relative references:

    A1
    $A$1
    A$1
    $A1
    then back to A1

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