Not sure if this is possible...

ExcelNovice

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Is there a way to hide formulas, so that when the cell containing the formula is selected the formulas are not displayed?

Any help will be appreciated.
 

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bolo

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you need to go to format cells and select protection
Tick hidden. Then protect the worksheet using tools, protection and the formula will be hidden.

Hope that helps
 

dantb

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If the worksheet is not protected you could always go to tools,options,show, and unclick the formula bar. But all anyone would have to do is re click it.
 

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