Displaying Formula Syntax in Excel 2007

 

To display and print the formula in a file, we can use the Ctrl+`, (`) the sign is located to the left ofthe number 1 on your keyboard.

Let’s take an example to understand that how we can display the formula syntax.

We have data below in which some cells contain formula.

 
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To display the syntax of all formulas in a sheet, follow the below given steps:-

  • Go to the Formulas tab.
  • Click on Show Formulas in the Formula Auditing group.

 
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  • Excel will display the content of each cell in the worksheet as they would normally appear only in the Formula bar or when we edit them in the cell.
  • When we will select the cells which contain formulas, the formulae in the cells will be visible.

 
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Note: If you want to use a shortcut method instead, press the key Ctrl+` on your keyboard to display all the formulas.

To print the syntax of all formulas in a sheet, follow the below given steps:-

  • Go to the Page Layout tab.
  • In the Sheet Options group, under Headings, click on Print.

 
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  • To see the print preview, click on the small icon in the corner in the Sheet options group.

 
 
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To revert to the normal view, click on Show formulas in the Formula Auditing Group in the Formulas tab or press Ctrl+` on your keyboard.

This is how we can display and print the formula syntax in Microsoft Excel 2010 and 2013.
 
 



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