The ABS function in Excel returns a number's absolute value. In other terms, the ABS function converts a negative number to a positive one by removing the minus sign (-). 1. The ABS function, for example, delivers the absolute value of a negative number in cell B1.
Excel's ABSOLUTE function returns a number's absolute value. Negative numbers are converted to positive numbers, but positive numbers are unaltered.
When filling cells, there are situations when you don't want a cell reference to change. Absolute references, unlike relative references, do not alter whether copied or filled in. To maintain a row and/or column constant, use an absolute reference.
Summary. The ABS function in Excel returns a number's absolute value. Negative numbers
are converted to positive numbers by ABS, whereas positive numbers are unaffected.
Determine a number's absolute value.
A positive figure.
number - The number to get the absolute value of.
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