A. Copy and Paste Tools: Use these tools to quickly duplicate data and format styles in the spreadsheet. The Copy tool can either copy a selected cell or group of cells, or copy an area of the spreadsheet that youll use as a picture in another document. The Cut tool moves the selection of cells to a new destination rather than duplicating it.
Note that data from different sheets in the same workbook can be referenced for formulas. For example, if you have two sheets, Sheet1 and Sheet2, you could bring Sheet2 data into Sheet1. If you wanted cell A1 in Sheet1 to equal the A1 in Sheet2, youd enter this formula into A1: “=Sheet2!A1”. The exclamation mark calls on the previous sheet referenced before locating the data.
G. Row and Column Formatting Tools: The Insert drop_down menu puts cells, rows, or columns before or after a selected area on the sheet, and Delete removes them. The Format drop_down lets you change the height of rows and the width of columns. It also has options for hiding and unhiding certain sections.
That said, other formulas that reference a cell will take into account the current value of a cell. If A4 = A3 + 1, then it would be equal to 4, because it stacks the formula of A3 (A1 + A2) with A4 = A3 + 1. Formulas can reference other formulas multiple times.