Cells in excel not automatically updating
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However, none of the shortcuts had any effect on the non-calculating cells in this workbook.I also tried a macro that did a full calculation, and that didn’t work either. Next I wrote a macro that replaced all the “=” signs at the start of all formulas in the workbook.
=IF(B7=””,0, SUMIF(, E7,$D:$D)) Miraculously, that solved the problem!
So, I kept tweaking and testing, going through the file one worksheet at a time.
Finally, I found the formulas that seemed to be causing the problem.
By default, Excel will recalculate its functions every time a cell value changes.
However, the Calculation option can be set to switch off automatic recalculation, and once switched off, it is very easy for the user to forget about this option.
To check the setting, click the Formulas tab on the Excel Ribbon, and click the Calculate Options drop down.
Or, go to the Excel Options window, and click Formulas.
You type in a function and when you press Enter, the cell displays the actual function text, instead of calculating the function's value.
This problem often arises because the cells containing the formula are formatted as 'text' instead of the 'General' type.
These formulas weren’t sleeping, they were deceased!
I spent a considerable amount of time in Google, looking for other suggestions, but didn’t find anything new.
Of course, this solution could stop working again, at the next lunar eclipse!