Returns the sum of two numbers. Equivalent to the `+` operator.

- What does the ADD Formula do?

- What arguments does the ADD Formula take?

- How do I nest the ADD Formula in other formulas?

- Add numbers, to calculate the sum

- Add two or more ranges, to calculate the sum of all the values in the range

- Add an entire column or row, to calculate the total sum of all the values in that column or row

- Forgetting to include a range argument when the multiple range option is used

- Not enclosing the ranges within quotes

- Not including brackets around the ranges

- Not combining ranges using semicolons or commas

- Using it to subtract values rather than add

- Not using the multiple range option when adding multiple ranges

- Using the ADD formula on non-numerical values, such as words and dates

- Forgetting to include all the arguments in the formula

- Not specifying the ranges properly

- Nesting the formula incorrectly

- Including invalid arguments

- Not using absolute references when necessary

- Mixing up ranges that are not intended to be added

- Thinking that it can be used to multiply values

- Thinking that it can only be used to add two values

- Thinking that it is only used to add numbers and not ranges

**Common questions about the ADD Formula:**- What does the ADD Formula do?

- What arguments does the ADD Formula take?

- How do I nest the ADD Formula in other formulas?

**How the ADD Formula can be used appropriately:**- Add numbers, to calculate the sum

- Add two or more ranges, to calculate the sum of all the values in the range

- Add an entire column or row, to calculate the total sum of all the values in that column or row

**How the ADD Formula can be commonly mistyped:**- Forgetting to include a range argument when the multiple range option is used

- Not enclosing the ranges within quotes

- Not including brackets around the ranges

- Not combining ranges using semicolons or commas

**Common ways the ADD Formula is used inappropriately:**- Using it to subtract values rather than add

- Not using the multiple range option when adding multiple ranges

- Using the ADD formula on non-numerical values, such as words and dates

**Common pitfalls when using the ADD Formula:**- Forgetting to include all the arguments in the formula

- Not specifying the ranges properly

- Nesting the formula incorrectly

**Common mistakes when using the ADD Formula:**- Including invalid arguments

- Not using absolute references when necessary

- Mixing up ranges that are not intended to be added

**Common misconceptions people might have with the ADD Formula:**- Thinking that it can be used to multiply values

- Thinking that it can only be used to add two values

- Thinking that it is only used to add numbers and not ranges