The previous chapter’s formula examples may have appeared complicated at first, but you should be able to use them with time, practice, and patience. If you followed the advice at the start of Chapter 9, which was to work through formulas with techniques like Excel’s Evaluate Formula feature, you should find them easier to understand.
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