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Name a Cell

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Naming a cell allows you to reference it with that name instead of the default name (example: "mycell" instead of "A1").

This How-To Article shows you how to name a cell.

Name a Cell

1. Click the cell you would like to name.

2. Click the Insert menu, point to "Name", and select "Define...".

3. Type the name you would like to use for the cell.

4. Click OK.

5. Now, you can reference the cell as the name you set instead of its default name.

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