Formula cells not updating excel


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Sub DEL95HTMLempty Cells() 'David Mc Ritchie, 2002-08-24, Worksheet Functions ' Move cells up into empty cell below if Column A cell ' on line to be moved up is empty. Replace What:=Chr(160), Replacement:=Chr(32), _ Look At:=xl Part, Search Order:=xl By Columns, Match Case:=True Rcnt = Cells. Sub Del Cells Up() 'David Mc Ritchie 1998-07-17 revised 2002-01-17 ' Empty Cells and cells with only spaces in range ' and move cells up from below even if not in range 'Will process single range of one or more columns 'Will not remove cells with formulas Application. Calculation = xl Calculation Manual 'pre XL97 xl Manual Dim rng As Range, ix As Long Set rng = Intersect(Selection, Active Sheet. Used Range) If rng Is Nothing Then Msg Box "nothing in Intersected range to be checked/removed" Go To done End If For ix = rng. For example, if the range B1: B3 contains the values "New-York", "Paris", "London", then the formula For more information about the MATCH function, please see How to use MATCH function in Excel.At first sight, the usefulness of the MATCH function may seem questionable.Speed and efficiency considerations can be seen in Proper, and other Text changes and in Slow Response.

The Excel INDEX function returns a value in an array based on the row and column numbers you specify.The MATCH function determines the relative position of the lookup value in the specified range of cells.From there, the INDEX function takes that number, or numbers, and returns a value in the corresponding cell. Think about Excel INDEX / MATCH in this way: I believe it's even easier to understand from an example.As you remember, the INDEX function can return the value at the juncture of a given row and column, but it cannot determine which exactly row and column you want.

Now that you know the basics of these two functions, I believe it has already started making sense how Excel's MATCH and INDEX work together.My experience with pasting Excel 95 was that instead of continuing a row across it also frequently jumped down a row besides for what should have been on the same row.