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Excel 2013 – PMT function and mixed references

March 7, 2016

Although you are learning the PMT function, you may be creating a grid with many formulas, for example, showing amount being financed in columns, and the interest rate in many rows.  Rather than having to create 89 formulas separately, by knowing how to lock in the cell, row, or column with the F4 key, you can create the formula once and copy it to all the other cells.

This will work with any version of Excel – even version 97!  

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