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Excel 2019: Highlight All Formula Cells


July 10, 2019 - by Bill Jelen

Excel Highlight All Formula Cells. Photo Credit: José Alejandro Cuffia at Unsplash.com

If you are going to be auditing the worksheet, it would help to mark all of the formula cells. Here are the steps:

  1. Select any blank cell in the worksheet.
  2. Choose Home, Find & Select, Formulas.
  3. All of the formula cells will be selected. Mark them in a different font color, or, heck, use Home, Cell Styles, Calculation.

To mark all of the input cells, use Home, Find & Select, Go To Special, Constants. I prefer to then uncheck Text, Logical, and Errors, leaving only the numeric constants. Click OK in the Go To Special dialog.

Title Photo: José Alejandro Cuffia at Unsplash.com


Bill Jelen is the author / co-author of
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