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What is a mixed reference cell?

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It is a cell reference that has either the row or column made absolute, but not both, using the dollar sign. A1 is relative. $A1 is mixed. A$1 is mixed. $A$1 is absolute.
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Absolute Cell Reference, ACR is a cell located in a spreadsheet
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There are four variations of cell references. Relative - neither the column or row is fixed (so if you copy over or down in the spreadsheet from this type of cell reference in a formula
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You use mixed cell references when you want to copy your formula down and across and you only want to write one formula. If you have percentages in cells B1 to D1 and you have a series
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