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What Is a Range?

A range is a rectangular group of connected cells. The cells in a range may all be in one column, or one row, or any combination of columns and rows, as long as the range forms a rectangle, as shown in Figure 11.1. A range also can be a single cell.

Ranges are referred to by their anchor points (the upper-left corner and the lower-right corner). For example, the ranges shown in Figure 11.1 include C10:I14, B16:I16, and H20.


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