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Microsoft Excel Tips : How to Add 2 Cells in Excel
Add two cells in an Excel spreadsheet by selecting the auto sum key or manually highlighting the brackets and clicking equal sum. Add two cells in an Excel spreadsheet with tips from an assistant certified public accountant in this free video on Microsoft Excel. Expert: Amar Enhsaihan Bio: Amar Enhsaihan is an assistant certified public accountant (CPA) and works with Excel applications everyday on his job. Filmmaker: Bing Hu