That’s it – Now what?
In this article, we learned how to create named ranges in Excel. We also saw what purpose the Name Manager serves and how to edit and delete named ranges.
The named range is a very powerful and resourceful tool of Excel, especially when you have to store tons of data and refer to it several times. It lets you specify a name for each range and this makes working so convenient.
Instead of adding cell references of a range, you can simply use the name of the range in the argument. It is not only faster but easier too.
But to use named ranges in formulas, you need to know the functions first 😅 Worry not, we’ve got a solution to that as well.
Good functions to pair with named ranges are VLOOKUP, IF, and SUMIF. You can learn them for free in my 30-minute Excel course – delivered right to your inbox.