A secret tip about tracing precedents in Excel - KING OF EXCEL

Monday, January 6, 2020

A secret tip about tracing precedents in Excel

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A secret tip about tracing precedents in Excel

I want to share a very useful and almost secret Excel tip with you all. Imagine you are looking at a big, complex workbook with lots of calculations. You want to understand where everything is pointing to and how the workbook is set up.
Don’t worry, there is a feature in Excel to do this. It’s tracing precedents / dependents. If you select a cell and click on the trace precedents (or trace dependents) button in Formula ribbon, then Excel will draw arrows to all connected cells. This helps you visualize how everything is linked up.
Now comes the secret part. You can double click on the lines to go to the linked cells / ranges / tables!!!
I explain all of this in a short video. It has live music from Prague streets too. Czech it out 😉
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