Expanded formula bar


S

SatelliteMax

Often, I lose track of brackets in long formulas. If I could expand the view
in the formula bar it may make it easier to create and edit long formulas:


C7+C28 C26*C12
C30/( )+( )^3
=SQRT( )

Is there an automatic way to show the formula bar like this?




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Luke M

Nope. What I do for debugging is to either copy into Word and move around
the formula, or you can click the "fx" button next to the formula bar and
use the dialogue box. You can click in different parts of the formula and
see exactly what is being calculated within that function.
 

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