Excel is not updating calculations

04-Jan-2020 07:15

I have a similar subroutine that I use regularly to update values like this and did so on your "not-working" workbook: You have to select all the cells in advance of running this macro, but it could be incorporated into a more general macro that you would run after every import. With a subscription, you can access all the Cloud Class® courses to expand your education, prep for certifications, and get top-notch instructions. The problem stems from the fact that the numeric data in the phone_order sheet are recognized as text and as such mathematical calculations based on them won't work.To correct the problem you will have to convert the data into numbers.Happy to send the sheet to someone to have a look if that helps.Also happy for a fix to run on opening the spreadsheet. Rusty Macro Shadow has the correct analysis, and I saw the same thing both of your latest files, that is, numerals as text. That’s why we’re bringing professional training courses to Experts Exchange.

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when i transfer data back to the sheet and open it it doesn't refresh as it overwrites the values and changes of those cells.

This topic explains the difference between refreshing data vs.

recalculating data, provides an overview of how recalculation is triggered, and describes your options for controlling recalculation.

However, you can choose to forego validation and only update calculations manually, especially if you are working with complex formulas or very large data sets and want to control the timing of updates.

Both manual and automatic modes have advantages; however, we strongly recommend that you use automatic recalculation mode.

when i transfer data back to the sheet and open it it doesn't refresh as it overwrites the values and changes of those cells.This topic explains the difference between refreshing data vs.recalculating data, provides an overview of how recalculation is triggered, and describes your options for controlling recalculation.However, you can choose to forego validation and only update calculations manually, especially if you are working with complex formulas or very large data sets and want to control the timing of updates.Both manual and automatic modes have advantages; however, we strongly recommend that you use automatic recalculation mode.When I reconfigured this moving from Office 2010 in a Server 2008 environment to Office 2013 in a Server 2012 envirnoment all the access export works fine, but the spreadsheet summary page will not update the formulas or links.