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hello and welcome to my a lesson I have your guru and in this video I am going to tell you how you can know that in how many places a cell has been used as a reference let me give an example so this is the cell that Im talking about main cell it has the value 2 all right over here I have written number 1 and over here I have written result so result is equal to number 1 multiplied by the main cell so you get the answer 8 correct similarly in sheet number 2 I have these numbers number 1 number 2 number 3 and number 4 and their results are dependent on what is written over here so this cell multiplied by this cell over here which we call main cell right same here shishi 25 now if you were to know now if you were to ask key I want to know in which all cells or formulas has this cell been used correct how would you know that well very simple Ill click over here Ill go to formulas now this can be done in any version of Excel I am using Excel 2019 but this is available in any version so