You type in a function and when you press Enter, the cell displays the actual function text, instead of calculating the function's value.
This problem often arises because the cells containing the formula are formatted as 'text' instead of the 'General' type.
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This could have occurred because either: This formatting will cause Excel to interpret anything that is subsequently entered into the cell (including formulas) as text.
To correct this, you need to convert the cell's data type to the 'General' data type.
However, it is much faster to turn on/off this option using the keyboard shortcut CTRL-` as a toggle (i.e.
press the control key, and while holding this down, press the ` (grave accent) key).(Note that, on many keyboards the ` key is at the top left of your keyboard, next to the number 1).
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By Greg Harvey Normally, Excel 2013 recalculates your worksheet automatically as soon you change any entries, formulas, or names on which your formulas depend.This system works fine as long as the worksheet is not too large or doesn’t contain tables whose formulas depend on several values.When Excel does calculate your worksheet, the program recalculates only those cells that are affected by the change that you’ve made.Try pressing the keyboard shortcut CTRL-`, to see if this causes the formula to display its calculated value.If this does not solve your problem, press CTRL-` again, to return the "Show formulas in cells instead of their calculated results" option to it's previous setting.Daily, millions of people use Excel to do a plethora of tasks, ranging from the simple ones like maintaining invoices or journal entries to advanced data analysis and processing based on formulas. There are, however, some hiccups and glitches that keep plaguing work cycle in Excel.