# EXCEL 2007 Cell Referencing IF Function. CELL REFERENCING Three Types: –Relative –Absolute –Mixed.

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EXCEL 2007 Cell Referencing IF Function

CELL REFERENCING Three Types: –Relative –Absolute –Mixed

relative Based on the physical address of the cell Changes automatically when used in a formula and copied across columns/rows

Relative

EXERCISE Open relative.xls workbook Click in cell C2 – look at the formula Use the fill handle to copy the formula from cell C2 to cell C4 Click in cell C3 and check the formula Copy the formula for each of the other three operator types Save the relative.xls workbook as relative 1.xls

Absolute Always refers to a specific location Does not change cell address when copying a formula –If the position of the cell changes the relative address remains the same

absolute

EXERCISE Open absolute.xls workbook Create a formula in D3 to calculate the total sales for the caramel flavour To apply absolute referencing – while cell C2 is selected, press the F4 function key & press Enter Copy the formula into cells D4:D9 – notice how the formula copies Save the absolute.xls workbook as absolute1.xls

Using the logical function ‘if’ ‘IF’ performs a conditional test on a value –Checks a condition that must be either True or False –If the condition is true the function returns value, –If it is false it returns another value

If syntax Logical_TestValue_If_TrueValue_If_False

EXERCISE Open logical.xls workbook Create a formula in D2 to calculate the Pass or Fail results using the If Function –Mark must be >23 to “Pass” –A mark less than 23 is “Fail” Copy the formula into cells D3:D9 Save the logical.xls workbook as logical1.xls

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