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How to remove all formulas from a range or a worksheet in Excel?

Author: Siluvia Last Modified: 2020-07-02

In some cases, you need to remove all formulas from a range or a worksheet but only keep the results in cells. This article will show you methods of removing all formulas from a range or a worksheet in Excel.

Remove all formulas with Copying and Pasting
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Remove all formulas with Copying and Pasting

You can copy a range with formulas or copy the whole sheet and then paste them as values to remove all formulas.

1. Select the range with formulas, or select the whole sheet by clicking the button. See screenshot:

2. Copy the selection with pressing Ctrl + C keys simultaneously.

3. Then click Home > Paste > Values. See screenshot:

Then all formulas in selected range are removed and only the results kept.

Tips: In Excel 2007, please click Home > Paste > Paste Values as following screenshot shown:


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With the To Actual utility of Kutools for Excel, you can remove all formulas from a selected range or a worksheet with just one click.

Before applying Kutools for Excel, please download and install it firstly.

1. Select the range with formulas, or select the whole sheet by clicking the button. See screenshot:

2. Click Kutools > To Actual to remove all formulas in selected range or a sheet and just keep the results in cells.

  If you want to have a free trial (30-day) of this utility, please click to download it, and then go to apply the operation according above steps.

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I'm sure MS is going downhill. Excel used to have the facility to remove all links and formulae before saving as a seperate file. All this copy and paste is no use to me because I have a workbook with several thousand links and formulae on dozens on seperate worksheets. Even if I used this time intensive method it would (online) immediately save my workbook in the same named file. I also use MS Excel on my tablet subscribing to MS Office 365 but here again the software lacks the refinements I need. Although I can save the file as a different name there is no turning off automatic calculation or removing the formulae links before saving. I do think this kind of software thoughtlessness rings the bell for the end of MS's reign in computing. I have already moved away from Windows purchasing a Chromebase AIO desktop. The only software owned by MS of any value is Outlook (easily replaced) and Excel ( fast becoming newted in its use). Word is easily replaced too.
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