Functions perform calculations using variables. A function’s variables, defined within its parentheses, are often ranges. There are several types of ranges across two categories: primary ranges and combined ranges. Primary Ranges A primary range is a subsection of cells: a function can’t include its own cell as a variable; a primary range can’t include every […]

via Function Variables: Primary and Combined Ranges — Richard Beer: Learning Excel

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