What is Transport In Cells? It is a question that comes up often but it is just as important to find the right answer to.
The Transport Cells worksheet answers the question of how the cell formula works when the results are found. Let’s say you have entered a cell formula that calculates an expression. When the results are found, it needs to be calculated again because of the duplicated formulas. But what is a duplicate cell formula?
A duplicate cell formula is a formula that is based on one cell only. It means that you can enter a formula into one cell and apply it to the whole sheet, if it is already set up and working. To avoid confusion, it is better to use separate sheets when you want to have more than one cell formula to be applied.
If there is already a formula on the sheet that is going to be used to calculate the results of the cell formula, then you should copy that formula by selecting the formula and pressing Ctrl+C. This will place the copied formula at the top left corner of the worksheet.
The new duplicate formula will be the one that is going to be used to calculate the results of the cell formula. The formula used to get the results will be in the middle of the cells where it can be easily seen. You can also use the K key to copy the formula and this works the same way.
You can also combine duplicate cells to provide more than one cell formula when you need them. A list of these duplicate formulas will be found in the cell’s section under the Formula option. If you use the copy button, you can then paste this list in the other sheets and apply the duplicate formulas there.
With the Cell History option, you can view the past results of every formula that you are using. This works especially great when you are using formulas with many different expressions.
Transport In Cells is not like other spreadsheet tools. If you need more than one formula to be applied for your workbook, you may need to consider using another software program.