Re: Excell question

Van Lant, Robin

Yes,  here is the formula.  Adding the dollar sign is what tells Excel not to change something.






From: <> On Behalf Of Dwight Johnson
Sent: Tuesday, July 2, 2019 11:47 AM
Subject: [jaws-users] Excell question



Using JAWS 14 on HP Envy and Excell 2007 I have the following formula:



In replicating the formula is it possible to let D1 increase with each cell while keeping D41 the same?

Thanks for all help,

Dwight Johnson




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