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Show Formulas option on the Excel ribbon In your Excel worksheet, go to the Formulas tab > Formula Auditing group and click the Show Formulas button. Microsoft Excel displays formulas in cells instead of their results right away. To get the calculated values back, click the Show Formulas button again to toggle it off.
To make Excel show you the formula behind every cell in your spreadsheet, you'll need to engage formula auditing mode. The keyboard shortcut for this is simple: Ctrl + ` (that's known as the grave accent, and you'll find it to the left of the 1 key on your keyboard, above the Tab button).
When you select a cell, Excel shows the formula of the cell in the formula bar. To display all formulas, in all cells, press CTRL + ` (you can find this key above the tab key). Press twice. To hide all formulas, press CTRL + ` again.
When you select a cell, Excel shows the formula of the cell in the formula bar. To display all formulas, in all cells, press CTRL + ` (you can find this key above the tab key). Press twice. To hide all formulas, press CTRL + ` again.
Go to the 'File' tab. Click on 'Options'. In the left pane, select Advanced. On the right, scroll down to the 'Display options for this worksheet' section. From the drop down, select the worksheet in which you want to show the formulas instead of values.
On the Excel ribbon, go to the Formulas tab > Calculation group, click the Calculation Options button, and select Automatic: Another frequent reason for your Excel formula not calculating is that the formula has been formatted as text.
Select the cells for which you to want to hide the formulas. Right-click the cell (or cells) and choose Format Cells. In the Format Cells dialog box, click the Protection tab. Check the Hidden box. Note: Hidden is what prevents the user from seeing the formula. Click OK.
To hide the formulas, first you'll need to un-protect all of the cells on your sheet. When the Format Cells window appears, select the Protection tab. Next, select the cell(s) that you wish to hide the formulas for. When the Format Cells window appears, select the Protection tab.
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