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I am using the formula
= match((C7,A1:A670)
but when I copy down its carrying (C7.A7:A677)
how do I stop this here is the file attached. match-formula.xlsx
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In the formula bar select the 2nd argument of the formula, A7:A677, and press F4 to make it absolute.

The formula should look like this now:

= MATCH(C1,$A$1:$A$670)

Then it won't change as you copy the formula down.
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