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That means, the next workbook you open will also be set to manual, even if that's not what you meant.
When the calculation mode is set to manual, Excel displays Calculation in the status bar, but a lot of users won't even notice it, let alone recognize it.
It's a troublesome feature that generates a lot of support calls.
You must remember to switch the calculation mode back to Automatic. Choose Options under Help, and then choose Formulas in the left pane.
It's a great place to start troubleshooting and could easily have been the problem.
Dogknees was the first to mention that the calculation method might be set to Manual - and that is the problem, but as bill.kuunders mentioned, it gets worse.
If you check the Formula bar in the figure, you can see that I didn't use absolute references (I apologize if you can't make that out!
) I'm glad Nrobinson5 brought up this possibility though.
If I had used absolute references, the formula would return the same total for each salesperson, but that's not what I did.
Make sure Automatic is selected in the Calculation Options section, unless of course, you have a specific reason for using manual (which is possible, but unusual).
Last week, we shared a sheet that wasn't calculating correctly.
Specifically, the first formula worked fine, but when we copied it, the formula returned the result of the first formula. In the example sheet, I entered a SUM() function to total each salesperson's commission (row 8) and bonus (row9).
This isn't a case of the calculation switch being flipped for a single workbook.
Once you turn it on, it's on - even if you don't save the workbook!