When you paste a formula in Excel, the cell references in the formula will automatically adjust to match the new location. This can be a helpful feature when you're moving data around or copying formulas from one area to another. However, there are times when you may not want the cell references to adjust. In these cases, you can use the "Paste Special" feature to paste the formula without changing the cell references.
To use "Paste Special," first copy the formula that you want to paste. Then, select the cell where you want to paste the formula. Next, click on the "Paste" button in the ribbon, and then click on "Paste Special." In the "Paste Special" dialog box, select "Formulas" from the list of options, and then click on "OK."
The formula will now be pasted into the selected cell, but the cell references will remain unchanged. You can also use this method to paste values or other data types into a cell without changing the cell references.
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