Question about IBM ThinkPad T42 Notebook
My scroll key is locked on my IBM T43. How do i unlock it?i am not able to copy or apply formulaes on my Excel sheet. Pl Help
It's only in Excel you can't scroll? Can you scroll from side to side? If you have Excel 2003, try to press the "window" tab on the top and if the freeze pane is checked, uncheck it. Or if it says unfreeze pane, press that one. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Whether knowing how to use the dollar sign in Microsoft Excel is a need-to-know or a nice-to-know for you, the sign is something that will enable you to present your corporate accounting data more accurately. The application employs the sign as a programming convention in formulas. Placing a dollar sign before the column and the row in a formula tells Excel that you don't want it to adjust the cell reference when you copy the formula. This is called an absolute cell reference. If you don't include the dollar signs, then Excel adjusts the cell reference by following the same location-based pattern as your original formula, rather than the actual formula. Most people are familiar with the conventional use of the dollar sign in Excel, which is to express monetary values.
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