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hello and welcome to the video by Trump Excel I am so mad bun sir and in this video I will show you how to copy and paste formulas in Excel without changing the cell references here I have these numbers 1 to 10 and in column B I have this formula a1 + a2 and when you go down the cell it becomes a 2 plus a 3 and then a 3 plus a 4 now see what happens when I copy these cells and I paste it here in column D the reference changes here it was a1 + a2 but here it becomes C 1 plus C 2 this happens because when I copy B cells and I pasted 2 columns to the right Excel also changes the reference and assumes that now the calculation also needs to shift by 2 columns to the right now this is useful in a lot of cases but what if you do not want this what if you only want to copy the exact formula and not the relative thing so in this video I will show you a couple of ways to do this before I show you those methods there is another thing you need to know you can use absolute references so in this ca