# Where is a formula visible in MS Excel?

**Formulas**option on the

**Excel**ribbon

**Excel**worksheet, go to the

**Formulas**tab >

**Formula**Auditing group and click the Show

**Formulas**button. Microsoft

**Excel**displays

**formulas**in cells instead of their results right away. To get the calculated values back, click the Show

**Formulas**button again to toggle it off.

Keeping this in view, how do you show hidden formulas in Excel?

Open the desired **Excel** sheet and click on '**Formulas**' tab available on Menu Bar. Click on '**Show Formulas**' option in **Formulas** tab, available under **Formula** Auditing Section. Clicking on the option once will **display** all the **formulas** at once, whereas clicking on them once again, will **hide** the **formulas**.

Similarly, how do you see which cells are used in a formula? **Identify which cells in Excel are formula cells**

- Press [F5].
- Click Special.
- Select Formulas. By default, this option selects all formula cells in the current sheet, but you can be more selective by excluding specific suboptions: Number, Text, Logical, and Errors.
- Click OK and Excel selects cells that contain formulas.

Hereof, why does my Formula Show in Excel?

Format **the** cell as "General". (Right-click **the** cell, select Format Cells, and choose "General.") Delete **the** "=" at **the** beginning of your **formula**, and hit Enter. Insert **the** "=" back in **the formula** at **the** beginning.

How do I display a value instead of formula in Excel?

**Show Formulas in Excel Instead of the Values**

- Go to the 'File' tab.
- Click on 'Options'.
- In the left pane, select Advanced.
- On the right, scroll down to the 'Display options for this worksheet' section.
- From the drop down, select the worksheet in which you want to show the formulas instead of values.