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Click the Formulas tab and then the Calculation Options button. If this is set to manual, the formulas will not update unless you press the Calculate Now or Calculate Sheet buttons. Change it to Automatic and the formulas will start working. This setting can be changed by macros, or by other workbooks that you may have opened first. Try switching manual/automatic, this disables calculation only for one sheet - as long as you don't select it or make it active, just paste the codeon that sheet: Private Sub WorksheetActivate Application.Calculation = xlCalculationAutomatic End Sub Private Sub WorksheetDeactivate Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual End Sub. Select cell C1 and enter =(A1.B1) in Excel 2019, 2016, Excel 2013, Excel 2010, Excel 2007 or Excel Online. Enter =A1.B1 in Excel 2016 for Mac or Excel for Mac 2011. The first calculation appears in C1.
Calculation Options is Set to Manual. The first thing that you should check is that the calculation options are not set to manual. This is the most likely problem. Click the Formulas tab and then the Calculation Options button. If this is set to manual, the formulas will not update unless you press the Calculate Now or Calculate Sheet buttons. Manual – Calculates open worksheets and updates open or embedded charts only when you click the Calculate Now (F9) command button on the Formulas tab of the Ribbon or press F9 or Ctrl+= in the worksheet.
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