Named Ranges in Intermediate Excel Make Calculations Easier

I wish I could brag about how named ranges help me professionally.  They do, but I don’t have a cute story about it.  However, it is easier for me to set up tables and formulas when I think about what each cell’s contents represent rather than the actual cell references.  Seriously, Z3432?  Who cares?  I want to know what it means.

Named ranges also come in handy when you start working with the table objects in Excel.  This concept makes structured referencing that much easier.

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