A dark wide border
A dotted border
A blinking border
None of the above
Select the last two cells and drag the fill handle over the range you want, for instance 18 more rows.
Select the range you want, including the three cells, point to Fill on the Edit menu, and then click Down.
Copy the third cell, click in the cell below it, on the Standard toolbar click the down arrow on the paste button, and select Paste Special
The list is sorted by city, with New York first.
The rows where the location is New York are written to another worksheet.
The rows where the location is not New York are deleted.
The rows where the location is not New York are hidden.
It turns numbers into currency,
It locks the cell reference in a function.
It does nothing.
It creates a dollar sign.
Equals (=) sign indicates that a formula is being entered.
Equals (=) sign indicates that two values are of equal quantity.
Equals (=) sign indicates that the cell content are equal to a specified value.
Equals (=) specify the end of a formula entry and the beginning of a data entry.
=IF(N5>89, “Keep trying!”, “Excellent work!”)
=IF(N5>89, “Excellent work!”, “Keep trying!”)
=IF N5>89, “Excellent work!”, A5, “Keep Trying!”
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