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In Excel 2003 can I find out what other cells reference a particular cell?

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Hi All,

Apologies if that was wrong subject line.

In Excel 2003 can I find out what other cells reference a particular
cell?


What do you mean by invers?

http://www.xxcl.de/5007.htm or

http://excelformeln.de/formeln.html?welcher=24
http://excelformeln.de/formeln.html?welcher=25
http://excelformeln.de/formeln.html?welcher=26
http://excelformeln.de/formeln.html?welcher=27

COMPARE = VERGLEICH
SVERWEIS = VLOOKUP
WVERWEIS = HLOOKUP
VERWEIS = LOOKUP
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Use the auditing toolbar to find a cell's precedents and dependecies

Excel 2003: Tools Formula Auditing Show Formula Auditing Toolbar

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Hi All,

Apologies if that was wrong subject line.

In Excel 2003 can I find out what other cells reference a particular cell?

Regards.
Bill.



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With the cell selected

Tools / Formula Auditing / Trace Dependents

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Thanks Ken and Andy.




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