Excel 2016 is not updating calculations

Unfortunately, if you set it to manual and forget about it, your formulas will not recalculate.

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This setting applies to the program for the logged in user – so all spreadsheets will have the same issue.

The usual answer to this question is to turn formulas to automatic. The second usual answer is that there is some macro that is affecting the Excel settings. When I put new information in Main Copy, the value on this page stayed the same.

Other references are updating fine though, it is just this one [email protected] Williams Both Ctrl-Alt-F9 and Ctrl-Alt-Shift-F9 updated the cells and made it so they are updating correctly. I searched the Excel Help and found this in the help article titled the ctrl alt f9 , is the temporary solution , going to options-formula-auto calculate is the right way, that option turned manual, because some shortcut key on being pressed by mistake turns automatic to manual I had a similar issue with a VLOOKUP. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).

After saving and reopening, the spreadsheet is still working correctly. The field I was using to VLOOKUP was formatted as a custom field. Clearing this error (selecting all fields with the error, beginning with the first one with the error and clicking change to Number even though I didn't really want it to be! Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?

In addition, this is creating a major error trap in a spreadsheet that needs to be correct.

Is there some obscure setting that has been triggered in this file that is creating this issue?

The formula is: Everything else is updating in the spreadsheet. The value displayed is the value before I updated the information on Main Copy.

I have: I cannot put my cursor in each box and hit enter, there are too many boxes.

That is correct, no circular references and circular references are not allowed.

The only thing unusual about this file is that it was marked as final, then unmarked as final. Neither F9 nor turning on Iterative Calculation made the cells in question update, but double-clicking the cell and pressing Enter did.

By default, Excel will recalculate its functions every time a cell value changes.

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