Google Spreadsheet Formula to Use Current Row in Function

If you copy the formula you quoted into another row, or fill it down using Ctrl+D, it will automatically change the reference to the row you are copying/filling to. This is called a “relative reference”. If you use the formula =PRODUCT($A$1:$B$1), this is called an “absolute reference”, which will not change if copied elsewhere.

You can also use the following formula in any row:


which will return the product of the two values in the row the formula is invoked.

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