LET - Names in formulas for Excel

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Microsoft

Hello Office Insiders,

 

We're excited to share with you a new Excel function that we recently released, Names in formulas or =LET().  The LET function allows you to name, and then use a calculation or value in your formulas, and increase both readability and performance. Check out our latest blog post that goes over how you to this new formula.

 

Cheers,

Evan

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