Yes and no and yes.
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1. If you look at Table | Formula, you'll see that there are numerous
functions. You can learn more about these by looking at the Help topic
"Field codes: = (Formula) field," which spells out the operators, functions,
table references, etc.
2. No, it doesn't work quite like Excel because all cell references are
absolute; if you add a row or column, formulas don't update automatically.
And the Sum(Above) and Sum(Left) and similar functions stop at the first
empty cell, making it necessary to use cell range references if any cells
will be empty.
3. Rows and columns have numbers and letters, but it can be difficult to
find out what they are, especially if any cells are merged. But see