In this chapter, we have learned about the referencing framework in Excel. We learned about the three types of referencing; that is, relative, absolute, and mixed referencing; and when to use each of them. We understood that this concept can save us a lot of time in our Excel work, but is only relevant when we need to copy a cell or range of cells containing one or more cell references to another location. We also learned about the F4 shortcut key and how it toggles between the different forms of referencing.
In the next chapter, Understanding the Project and Building Assumptions, we will cover the need to understand the purpose of any project that you work on and how to build assumptions, which are necessary to project our actual results for the next three to five years.