Excel | Absolute references exercise | Bob the Builder - Absolute references

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Software ==> Excel  (148 exercises)
Version ==> Excel 2010 and later
Topic ==> Absolute references  (9 exercises)
Level ==> Relatively easy
Course ==> Excel Intermediate
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Create a formula to calculate the cost for each item by multiplying the number of hours by the rate.

Excel 2010 exercise - Range names and absolute references (image 1)

You need to absolutely reference the cell containing the rate

Copy the formula down and make sure that it works.

Use the SUM function to calculate the total bill.

Excel 2010 exercise - Range names and absolute references (image 2)

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Save the file with the same name and close it down.

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