Excel calculations not updating


03-Sep-2017 10:58

id=71598 The failure to recalculate bug happens in LO 4.1.3.2, but works fine in LO 4.0.5.2. From : "I tested your sheet with three versions of Lib O V3.6.5.2, V4.0.2.2, V4.1.3.2 The first 2 of these dont’ show the behaviour you describe. The third one shows the bug." From two arrays to one arrays Calculate difference between two cells - Part 2 find if text is in the cell [closed] Naming Sheet names to Cell Automatically (Macro!) Copying part of a string after instance of a character [closed] how do I rid myself of #DIV/0!While the formulas are being recalculated, the mouse pointer changes to an hourglass and you can’t make any changes to the worksheet.You may want to temporarily turn off automatic calculation to save time until you are finished entering and changing the formulas in your worksheet. NOTE: If you don’t want to turn off the automatic calculation feature, and you have multiple processors in your computer, you can turn on the multi-threading feature, which could speed up the recalculation of your formulas by a little bit, depending on how many processors your computer has.You can specify manually how many threads to use, or you can tell Excel to Use all processors on this computer.

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To prevent having the date change each time a worksheet using automatic recalculation is opened, try using this keyboard shortcut to enter the current date instead.By default, Excel recalculates all the formulas in your worksheet automatically when you open your worksheet or change any entries, formulas, or names on which your formulas depend.If you worksheet is large, with many formulas, this can take several seconds or minutes.You may have accidentally typed a single quote ‘ before the = sign in the formula.

When you type single quote ‘ in a cell excel treats the cell contents as text and does not evaluate any formulas within. The very first time I pressed CTRL ` by accident, it nearly freaked me out.

Scroll down to the Calculation options section and select Manual to prevent the formulas from being calculated every time you make a change to a value, formula, or name or open a worksheet containing formulas.