Davinder Singh
Davinder Singh - 1 year ago in MS Excel

A numeric value can be treated as a label value if it precedes with

[A] Apostrophe (&lsquo
[B] Exclamation (!)
[C] Hash (#)
[D] Ampersand (&
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Samuel Elorm Awumee
Samuel Elorm Awumee - 2 days ago

Samuel Elorm Awumee from Ghana is saying Apostrophe (&lsquo is correct answer

HARDIK MIGLANI
HARDIK MIGLANI - 3 days ago

HARDIK MIGLANI from Sonipat, India is saying Hash (#) is correct answer

Sarath Jyothi
Sarath Jyothi - 6 days ago

Sarath Jyothi from India is saying Apostrophe (&lsquo is correct answer

Saurav
Saurav - 2 weeks ago

Saurav from Patna, India is saying Apostrophe (&lsquo is correct answer

Joseph Mensah
Joseph Mensah - 2 weeks ago

Joseph Mensah from Accra, Ghana is saying Hash (#) is correct answer

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