Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Use Watch Window and other techniques to track changing cells, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] In this workbook,…there are a number of different worksheets.…Some of them are inter-related, some are not.…The very first sheet, Budget 2017,…is lots of numbers about a budget projection.…It's a bit overwhelming.…I'm still experimenting with some of the numbers,…getting different information from…this department, that department,…and I want to keep an eye on…that total in the lower right-hand corner,…that's out net profit for the year, projected, 450,288.…As I work with the numbers,…and perhaps I'm making a presentation too,…I want to be able to zoom in,…talk about first quarter, second quarter, et cetera,…but as I make changes, because…there are many, many formulas in this worksheet.…
By the way, if you don't know where formulas are,…you can easily, by way of the Home tab,…go to the far right button, Find & Select,…choose Formulas, and all these…cells that are highlighted have formulas in them.…Almost everything in the worksheet,…except for the numbers in column B, have formulas in them.…So big changes can occur, and particularly…
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