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How to Use Excel's Create from Selection Command

The Create from Selection command in Excel 2013 is a handy way to name all of your cell ranges at one time. This video, which is part of the Excel 2013 For Dummies eCourse, shows you how to name several ranges at once by using the column labels in the top row of a selection. You can find out more about creating Excel formulas and functions with the Excel 2013 eCourse Try It!

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