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## How do I debug an Excel spreadsheet?

Excel Formula Debugging Method #1 – F9 Key

- Go to the cell which has the formula.
- Enter into an edit mode (press F2)
- Select the entire formula and press F9 – This will give you the result of the entire formula. You can also select a sub-part of the formula and use this same technique.

## How do you Explorate in Excel?

To use Quick Explore, first select a single cell or item in the PivotTable that you want to filter on, then click the magnifying glass, or right-click > Quick Explore. From here you can choose the table and field you want to drill down to.

**How do I use Imsum in Excel?**

The Excel IMSUM function returns the sum of two or more complex numbers. The complex numbers must be in the form x + yi or x + yj. Use the COMPLEX function to create a complex number from real and imaginary parts.

**How do you run a tally in Excel?**

How to create a running total in Excel

- Start with =SUM. Click on the cell where you want your running total to begin. Next, select the SUM function on that cell.
- Create a running total formula. You must use the dollar sign in this formula, even if the numbers you’re tallying are not dollar amounts.

### Does Excel have a debugger?

The first thing you need to do is open the VBA editor, press ALT + F11 in Excel. Of course you need a bit of code to debug, so here’s a trivial example. This code is available to download.

### What is debugger in Excel?

In Excel 2013, VBA’s debugging environment allows the programmer to momentarily suspend the execution of VBA code so that the following debug tasks can be done: Check the value of a variable in its current state. Enter VBA code in the Immediate window to view the results. Execute each line of code one at a time.

**What is Quick explore?**

Quick Explore is a great tool from Excel that allows you to easily drill down into the details of your PivotTable by creating a modified PivotTable just for those details. However, it will only work in certain versions.

**What does drilling down mean in the context of a PivotTable?**

Drill down is the process of going from a higher level of grouping to a lower and more detailed level of grouping. This process can repeat by “drilling down” to the next level of details. Drill up is the opposite process of going back to a higher level of grouping. Drill down is supported in Pivot and Chart views.

## Can Excel calculate complex number?

Description. The Microsoft Excel COMPLEX function converts coefficients (real and imaginary) into a complex number. The complex number can be in either form, x + yi or x + yj. The COMPLEX function is a built-in function in Excel that is categorized as an Engineering Function.

## How do I add a bulk link in Excel?

Batch insert multiple hyperlinks for many cells with Kutools for Excel

- Click the Kutools > Links > Convert Hyperlinks.
- In the opening Convert Hyperlinks dialog box, you need to: (1) Check the Cell content replace hyperlinks address option;
- Click the Ok button.
- It’s optional for you to delete the hyperlinks range.

**What is cumulative Excel?**

A running total, or cumulative sum, is a sequence of partial sums of a given data set. It is used to show the summation of data as it grows with time (updated every time a new number is added to the sequence).

**How do you get Excel to add up a column?**

If you need to sum a column or row of numbers, let Excel do the math for you. Select a cell next to the numbers you want to sum, click AutoSum on the Home tab, press Enter, and you’re done. When you click AutoSum, Excel automatically enters a formula (that uses the SUM function) to sum the numbers.