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Old November 29th 05, 09:59 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.setup
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Hello,
Can somebody help with the automatic calculation?
At tools -- options -- calculation I can let exel calculate automatically.
After a while it stops calculating automatically. Does anyone can tell me
where I can adjust this automatically calculation so that it will remain so
for all my exel worksheets as well as when I restart exel (or the computer)?
Thank you very much.
regards,
John

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Old November 29th 05, 01:42 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.setup
Jerry W. Lewis
 
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Default calculation

This setting is stored with each workbook and globally set for the
session by the first workbook that you open.

Jerry

john wrote:

Hello,
Can somebody help with the automatic calculation?
At tools -- options -- calculation I can let exel calculate automatically.
After a while it stops calculating automatically. Does anyone can tell me
where I can adjust this automatically calculation so that it will remain so
for all my exel worksheets as well as when I restart exel (or the computer)?
Thank you very much.
regards,
John




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