I have a super simple spreadsheet and one row of repeated formulas is up not updating. (No, it doesn't matter if there are ()'s there or not. I've read a number of answers about ensuring the setting is on automatic and, if not, using F9 to manually force the updating... If I can't trust it to do something this simple, what am I going to do when I get into complicated spreadsheets?
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By Greg Harvey Normally, Excel 2013 recalculates your worksheet automatically as soon you change any entries, formulas, or names on which your formulas depend.
This system works fine as long as the worksheet is not too large or doesn’t contain tables whose formulas depend on several values.
When you’re ready to have Excel recalculate the worksheet, you then click the Calculate Now (F9) command button (the one with a picture of the handheld calculator) on the Ribbon’s FORMULAS tab or press F9 or Ctrl =.
This tells the program to recalculate all dependent formulas and open charts and makes the Calculate status indicator disappear from the status bar.Because Excel recalculates dependent formulas in the background, you can always interrupt this process and make a cell entry or choose a command even when the pointer assumes the hourglass shape during the recalculation process.As soon as you stop making entries or selecting commands, Excel resumes recalculating the worksheet.To control when Excel calculates your worksheet, you click the Calculation Options button on the Formulas tab of the Ribbon and then click the Manual option button or press Alt MXM.After switching to manual recalculation, when you make a change in a value, formula, or name that would usually cause Excel to recalculate the worksheet, the program displays the message “Calculate” on the status bar.When Excel does calculate your worksheet, the program recalculates only those cells that are affected by the change that you’ve made.Nevertheless, in a complex worksheet that contains many formulas, recalculation may take several seconds (during which time, the pointer will change to an hourglass, and the word “Recalculation” followed by the number of cells left to be recalculated will appear on the left side of the Formula bar).Suppose, for example, you use a table to calculate and track sales taxes due on taxable sales in the simplified example presented in Figure Figure 1 - Sample Table Used to Track Sales Taxes Further, suppose that your state offers a “sales tax holiday” and cuts the sales tax rate from 6% to 0% for the first day of the following month.In this example, you would want to use a different formula in the Sales Tax column (column C) of the table for that day.Calculates all dependent formulas and updates open or embedded charts.Does not calculate data tables created with the Data Table feature.