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I also tried a macro that did a full calculation, and that didn’t work either. Next I wrote a macro that replaced all the “=” signs at the start of all formulas in the workbook.
This has a similar effect to manually selecting a cell, clicking in formula bar and pressing the Enter key, to recalculate the cell.
=IF(B7=””,0, SUMIF(, E7,$D:$D)) Miraculously, that solved the problem!
I held my breath, while we tested on a few more machines, and everything calculated as it was supposed to.
You may want to temporarily turn off automatic calculation to save time until you are finished entering and changing the formulas in your worksheet. NOTE: If you don’t want to turn off the automatic calculation feature, and you have multiple processors in your computer, you can turn on the multi-threading feature, which could speed up the recalculation of your formulas by a little bit, depending on how many processors your computer has.
Test out different combinations of the Automatic Calculation and Multi-Threaded features to see what works best for you on your computer.
A workbook of mine that worked fine for several years, when using Excel 2003, suddenly refused to update all the formulas, after a switch to Excel 2010. When someone tells you that formulas aren’t calculating, it’s probably because the Calculation setting has been changed to Manual, instead of Automatic.
By default, Excel recalculates all the formulas in your worksheet automatically when you open your worksheet or change any entries, formulas, or names on which your formulas depend.
If you worksheet is large, with many formulas, this can take several seconds or minutes.
Or, go to the Excel Options window, and click Formulas.