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The default setting is for formulas to automatically calculate in Microsoft Excel 2010. In case this setting ever becomes deactivated, we will show you how to make Excel formulas calculate automatically again.
Therefore, if calculations are set up automatically, the value will automatically change in B7 if any of the values change in B3 through B6. If this ever gets turned off, the value in B7 will not update if the values are changed in B3 through B6.
Select Calculation Options from the Calculation section of the Formulas tab. In the drop-down menu, Manual is selected. Click on Automatic to have your formulas update when associated cells are changed.
The Calculate Now command can be used when you want to calculate the entire workbook immediately. This is only necessary if automatic calculation has been turned off. Similarly, the Calculate Sheet command is used to calculate the current sheet you are working in instantly. Again, this is only necessary if the automatic calculation has been turned off.
This concludes the Formulas Tab tutorial.
Click next to continue to the Excel 2010 Data Tab tutorial.