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Published on 02 Feb 2012 | over 6 years ago

You are most likely using Excel to calculate numbers - e.g. to total Sales for a period of time or for a range of products sold. In order to perform this calculation you will be using a Formula or a Function. This is a foundational skill in Excel.

In this lesson, I walk you step-by-step through the process of creating and then copying a Formula to calculate Gross Profit Sales and Gross Profit Percentage for product sales.

I also demonstrate how and when to use Relative or Absolute Cell References in your Formula or Function.

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Danny Rocks
The Company Rocks
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