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Monitoring cells with a Watch Window
FIGURE 14.9
When using a table, scrolling down displays the table headings where the column
letters normally appear.
Monitoring cells with a Watch Window
In some situations, you may want to monitor the value in a particular cell as you work. As
you scroll throughout the worksheet, that cell may disappear from view. A feature known
as Watch Window can help. A Watch Window displays the value of any number of cells in a
handy window that’s always visible.
To display the Watch Window, choose Formulas Formula Auditing Watch Window. The
Watch Window is actually a task pane, and you can dock it to the side of the window or
drag it and make it fl oat over the worksheet.
To add a cell to watch, click Add Watch and specify the cell that you want to watch. The
Watch Window displays the value in that cell. You can add any number of cells to the Watch
Window. Figure 14.10 shows the Watch Window monitoring four cells.
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FIGURE 14.10
Use the Watch Window to monitor the value in one or more cells.
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