Cell Reference

A spreadsheet term.

Each cell in a spreadsheet has an 'address' that describes its position in the worksheet. The address is made of two parts

a) its row position and

b) its column position

This address is called the 'cell reference'.

A typical cell reference for the most top left cell in the workbook is A1 this means its sits along Column A and is also in Row 1

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