How to use a progress bar

bucci35

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Joined
Jul 6, 2002
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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
When I open up my excel file it has so many formulas that it takes about 1 minute to calcuate. Is thier a way to insert a progress bar so that the user knows something is happening and doesn't start getting nervous?

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indiantrix

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Oct 17, 2002
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I've seen the progress bar you refer to...it sometimes appears at the bottom of my workbook. It may be that your status bar is not displayed. I believe that's where the progress bar lights up. To test, click on View dropdown menu, then place a check (by clicking there) on Status Bar line.
Then close/reopen and see if the progress bar appears. I know this is not an answer, but it may get "the ball" rolling for you... /s/ Larry.
 
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