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Print cell names and cell contents

Print cell names and cell contents

Print cell names and cell contents

Hi There,
How Can I print Cell names (e.g. A23) and Cell contents and cell formulas together?
A23 14         -----
A24 Smith      -----
A25 28         =A23^2
A25 7          =A23/2


RE: Print cell names and cell contents

Not sure what you want to accomplish, but if you want to display the formula of a cell next to its result, you can look into the following threads:
Formula Display in Excel   Thread770-37797
Formulas in Cells?!?!   Thread770-42227
Display formula instead of formula result in Excel   Thread770-8148


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RE: Print cell names and cell contents

Try Downloading the Add-In MathLook for Excel. There is a free trial at www.uts.com

RE: Print cell names and cell contents

Thank you both.

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