To do that, go to the Formulas tab, in Defined Names group, click Use in Formula, and then select the defined name you want to add. Excel will add the name to the formula.

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## How do I fix the error name in Excel?

To do that, go to the Formulas tab, in Defined Names group, click Use in Formula, and then select the defined name you want to add. Excel will add the name to the formula.

**Why am I getting name error in Excel?**

The #NAME error in Excel occurs when you incorrectly type the range name, refer to a deleted range name, or forget to put quotation marks around a text string in a formula. This error would have been noticed several times and this can appear for various reasons, the most common being misspelled formula.

### How do you subtract in Excel?

Subtracting Cells/Values in Excel

- Select the cell where you want to subtract and enter an equal to sign (=)
- Enter the first value.
- Enter the subtraction sign (minus sign -)
- Enter the second number.
- Hit Enter.

**What is #num in Excel?**

The #NUM! error occurs in Excel formulas when a calculation can’t be performed. For example, if you try to calculate the square root of a negative number, you’ll see the #NUM! error. In general, the fixing the #NUM!

## How do you delete a name in Excel?

Delete one or more names

- On the Formulas tab, in the Defined Names group, click Name Manager.
- In the Name Manager dialog box, click the name that you want to change.
- Select one or more names by doing one of the following: To select a name, click it.
- Click Delete.
- Click OK to confirm the deletion.

**How do I delete a name in Excel?**

### How do you subtract multiple cells in Excel?

Subtract a Number From Multiple Cells To subtract a number from a range of cells, click on the cell where you want to display the result, and enter “=” (equal) and the cell reference of the first number then “-” (minus) and the number you want to subtract.

**How do I replace NUM in Excel with 0?**

Step 1: Select the range that you will work with. Step 2: Press the F5 key to open the Go To dialog box. Step 3: Click the Special button, and it opens the Go to Special dialog box. Step 6: Now just enter 0 or any other value that you need to replace the errors, and press Ctrl + Enter keys.

## How do I ignore NUM in Excel?

Consider using =IFERROR(A1,NA()) . This will replace all error values with NA() , which Excel will automatically skip giving you a gap. NA() or #N/A does not leave a gap. It prevents drawing a marker, but if the other points are connected by a line, Excel draws a line between the points on either side of the #N/A.

**Why can’t I delete a named range in Excel?**

While creating a table, Excel immediately formats this. However, users can simply modify the format. But if your data is converted as a table, the name manager delete option greyed out. As you can see the named ranges are named as Table1, and this can not be deleted.

### How do I delete a named range in Excel?

To remove named ranges from a workbook manually, open the name manager, select a range, and click the Delete button. If you want to remove more than one name at the same time, you can Shift + Click or Ctrl + Click to select multiple names, then delete in one step.

**How do I delete multiple names in Excel?**

- Open an Excel workbook, or create a new one if you want to follow along.
- Select a column (or columns) to look for duplicated data.
- Open the Data tab at the top of the ribbon.
- Find the Data Tools menu, and click Remove Duplicates.
- Press the OK button on the pop-up to remove duplicate items from your data set.

## Can’t delete named range Excel?

Solution: Change Advanced Settings from Excel Options

- And, this will open the Excel Options dialog box.
- Next, go to the Advanced menu.
- And then, under Display options for this workbook, there is For objects show selection box. Now select All from there.
- Now, clicking on the OK button will solve the problem.

**How do you subtract multiple cells from one?**

Subtract Multiple Cells from a Cell using Paste Special

- Select cell A2.
- Press CTRL+C to copy (or right-click and then select copy)
- Select cells B2:B11.
- Right-click anywhere on your selection and click on the Paste Special option.
- In the Paste Special dialog box, select Subtract (under the Operation options).
- Click OK.

### How do you subtract a range of cells in Excel?

Subtraction formula in Excel (minus formula)

- In a cell where you want the result to appear, type the equality sign (=).
- Type the first number followed by the minus sign followed by the second number.
- Complete the formula by pressing the Enter key.