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You can use named ranges in Excel to organize key pieces of information and make your formulas more readable. It is very common to name individual cells, although you can assign a name to any group of cells on a sheet. Note that named ranges that point to individual cells also appear in the drop-down Value list for and in the Add Condition window.
The Name BoxThe most convenient way to work with named ranges is by using the Name Box, located to the left of the Excel Function bar: To create a named range,
- Select the cell(s) you want to name.
- Click inside the Name Box and type the name and hit .
- Click the drop-down arrow on the right side of the Name Box to display the list of named ranges.
- Click on any name in the drop down list to navigate directly to that cell.
- For additional management of your named ranges (deleting a name, changing a name's location, etc),
|Excel 2007||Click the Formulas tab and then within the Defined Names group, click on the Name Manager button to display the Name Manager window.|
|Excel 2003 and earlier||Click Define Name window.to display the|