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What happens to formulas with relative cell references when they are copied using the fill handle? A) An error occurs. B) The formula is copied into the selected cell(s), but with absolute rather
than relative references. C) The value in the active cell, rather than the formula, is copied into the selected cell(s). D) A relative version of the formula is copied into the selected cell(s)
d. A relative version of the formula is copied into the selected cell(s)
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