Excel formula not updating automatically
In Power Point, when the mouse pointer is on a slide, the familiar insertion rectangle appears.
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In this example, you would want to use a different formula in the Sales Tax column (column C) of the table for that day.
However, editing the formula in that column for that row would ordinarily change the calculation for the entire column because, by default, formulas always replicate throughout the entire column in a table.
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.
This is handy if you have a very long formula because it enables you to “break up” the formula so that it appears on multiple lines.
To create a line break within a formula, press Alt Enter.
It’s a good idea to know the limits Excel sets on various aspects of formulas and worksheet models, even though it’s unlikely that you’ll ever bump up against these limits.
When the source data for your data-driven charts is available in Excel, you can create charts directly from the Excel application.