Debugging formulae in Excel

tino_szczvrcic

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Is there any facility in Excel (I'm using Excel2010), whereby you can look at part of a complex formula, and immediately see what value that part equates to?

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steve the fish

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Yes. Click on the part in question in the formula bar then press the fx button to the left of the formula bar.
 

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