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# Excel using formula with procedure?

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To use a formula in Excel, follow these steps:

1. Open Excel and create a new worksheet or open an existing one.
2. Select the cell where you want to enter the formula.
3. Start the formula with an equal sign (=). This tells Excel that you are entering a formula.
4. Enter the formula using the appropriate syntax. For example, to add two numbers, you can use the formula =A1+B1, where A1 and B1 are the cell references of the numbers you want to add.
5. Press Enter to apply the formula to the selected cell. Excel will calculate the result and display it in the cell.

Here's an example of using a formula in Excel to calculate the average of a range of numbers:

1. Open Excel and create a new worksheet or open an existing one.
2. Enter a series of numbers in a column or row.
3. Select the cell where you want to display the average.
4. Start the formula with an equal sign (=).
5. Type the formula AVERAGE( followed by the range of cells you want to include in the average. For example, if your numbers are in cells A1 to A5, the formula would be =AVERAGE(A1:A5).
6. Press Enter to apply the formula. Excel will calculate the average of the selected range and display it in the cell.

You can use various formulas and functions in Excel to perform different calculations and operations. The procedure is similar for all formulas, where you start with an equal sign, enter the formula, and press Enter to apply it.
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