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Today's lesson was confusing. What the heck is an IF statement? IF? IF what?
Oh, come on. Are you distracted that easily? I'll explain it to you.
And cell references - I know what those are. A cell reference refers to a cell or a range of cells on a worksheet.
IF statements, a string of commands that determine whether a condition is met or not. Do you understand cell references, or do I have to explain that to you too?
It's okay, I understand. If you ever need help just let me know, I'll try to help as much as I can.
I finally kind of understand! Thanks, Marie. But I'll probably forget by time the test comes...
Excel can be difficult, but if you work with it you can find that it's much easier and you can do some pretty cool things with it.
Cool things with Excel? Like what?
You can make puzzles, easily sort data, and organize your budget or even your shopping list. You can even use the IF statement for that!
Organize my shopping list? That'll probably come in handy...
Today, we learned how to use cell references and IF statements. Both are formatted into Excel and are easy to use when needed in your worksheet. Sorting data has never been easier!
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