This shortcut copies the formula in the cell above to the active (current) current cell and leaves the cell in edit mode. This is a convenient way to make an exact copy of a formula - no cell references are changed.
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Normally, when you copy a formula in Excel, relative cell references automatically change. But sometimes, you want to make an exact copy of a formula, and you don't want the references to change. Watch the short video below to see a few ways you can handle this.