Excel Table absolute reference for cells, columns, and rows

One of the first things we learn in Excel is the magic of the $ symbol. It freezes the row or column, so the cell reference does not change when copying a formula. This is known as an absolute reference. With the introduction of Tables came a different (and more semantic) way to reference cells, called structured Read More

How to use Excel Table within a data validation list (3 ways)

Excel Tables expand automatically whenever new data is added to the bottom. This feature alone makes Tables one of the most powerful tools within the Excel users toolkit. A Table can be used as the source data for a chart and within a named range, both of which benefit from the auto-expand feature. Data validation lists would Read More