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Microsoft Excel automatically recalculates formulas as soon as the cells on which the formula depends are changed.

To recalculate workbook automatically: 1) Open Microsoft Excel workbook.

This problem is a little harder to spot at the outset because the first Excel formula entered will calculate when it is submitted, also other formulas will calculate when they are submitted individually but if you drag or copy the formula to other cells it will retain the first calculation and not re-calculate based on the new location.

Formulas are equations that calculate the value specified by you. Functions make formulas simpler and also shorten the lengthy calculations.The first step is to click on the File tab in the Ribbon (located in the top left corner of the screen) and then Select Options from the Left Menu bar, found at the bottom: In the Excel Options window that pops-up select Formulas from the left-hand menu (second option down) and then change the Calculation options to Automatic and click OK.Note that it is always wise to make sure the check box for Recalculate Workbook before Saving is selected, unless you have a specific reason for not doing so: After changing back to Automatic Calculations Click OK and the Worksheet will appear back on screen and the Excel formulas will automatically calculate to show the correct results: I hope this helps many of you out there solve your problem with Excel formulas not calculating.No shame there, but you’ve probably run into a situation where you set up the formulas, refresh your query and the Excel formulas don’t update in Power Query 's output table.I’ve worked with this issue for a long time, and it’s actually caused me to avoid using Excel formulas in tables generated via Power Query all together. It's not unusual for us to run a model that references back to 20 other Excel files.