I have to physically go to each cell, hit F2 and Enter to get the data to update. I think excel simply forgets that automatic calculation was switched back on. Excel uses the calculation setting of the first workbook opened.These are spreadsheets that, up to now, have been behaving properly. If the first workbook you open has calculation set to manual, that setting will apply to all subsequent workbooks opened.However, editing the formula in that column for that row would ordinarily change the calculation for the entire column because, by default, formulas always replicate throughout the entire column in a table.To make a “one-off” formula in a table, enter the desired formula in the cell of interest and press Enter.Added to the 2007 release of Excel, Tables are one of the most important features added to the application in twenty years.
Stop auto calculation with Calculation Options in Excel Stop auto calculation with VBAMeanwhile, use a VBA can stop auto calculation.
Upon doing so, Excel changes all of the formulas in the column.
Immediately click the Undo button on the Quick Access Toolbar or use the CTRL Z keyboard shortcut and you will notice that all of the other formulas return to their original state and that the formula in the cell of interest is now different from all of the other formulas in that column.
Calculated columns in Excel tables are a fantastic tool for entering formulas efficiently.
They allow you to enter a single formula in one cell, and then that formula will automatically expand to the rest of the column by itself. This can be incredibly time saving, especially if you have a lot of rows.