A spreadsheet term.
Relative reference gives the position of a cell relative to the cell that is referencing it.
For example, if there was a formula in cell D3 like this =A1, then the next cell below D3, which is D4, would have the formula =A2.
The cell formula has moved one row down because it is tracking the relative position of the other cell.
This is very handy, because it means you can drag a formula from one cell to another and know that the formula will change to reflect its new position.
Relative Reference is the opposite of 'Absolute Reference'
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