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"List" view of Excel spreadsheet

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    "List" view of Excel spreadsheet

    Hi,

    Can anyone tell me whether there is a way of viewing an Excel spreadsheet as a single list of all the formulas applying to the cells in use ? Ideally, formulas applying to an entire column or row or area would be conglomerated into a single line in the list.

    Thanks,

    Boo

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    I don't think this answers your question but, FWIW, you can switch between viewing formulas and outputs with CNTRL + `. Then, when selecting a cell with a formula, it will show the range of cells used in that formula. Another possibility (again, probably not adequate) is to display the precedents/dependents for formulas. If you go to the Formulas tab, you'll see some options under Formula Auditing for tracing (via directional arrows) which cells/functions reference a selected cell (dependents) and vice versa (precedents). Anything more automated than that is probably a VB problem...
    Last edited by jamesbrown; 8 August 2015, 12:35.

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      #3
      You could also use VBA to copy contents as formula to another sheet:

      Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
      For r = 1 To 10
      For c = 1 To 10
      Sheet2.Range("A1").Cells(r, c).Value = Range("A1").Cells(r, c).Formula
      Next c
      Next r
      End Sub

      For this to work you must format Sheet2 as text, otherwise you will see values and not the formula.
      Last edited by xoggoth; 9 August 2015, 21:55.
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