Calculate Needed in Automatic Calculation?

handlit33

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Before I start I just want to say that I've done research already on the site and couldn't find an explanation.

I'm running Excel 2003 SP1. When I copy and paste some formulas in the bottom left hand corner "Calculate" appears as if I am calculating manually. However, calculation is on automatic. Does this mean I have a circular reference? If so, why when I delete the formulas that I have pasted does "Calculate" remain?

Thx in advance!
Tim
 

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handlit33

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On second thought, is there a way to see what excel is calculating when you push f9? That way maybe I could see where the circular reference is. Or is there a tool I could download perhaps?

Thank You
 

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