Displaying formula when printing

roxydevil_007

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I want to display the formulas when printing. Mr. excel said to press: CTRL + ~ to show ALL the formulas... But, I only want to show some of them. Is there a way to show only selected formulas?

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Dufus

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The way to display the formulas depends on why you want to show them. Can you explain why and how many formulas we're talking about?

Dufus
 

Pekkavee

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Select your cells which you want to show.

Then Ctrl+H and change "=" to" '="

Pekka
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