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How to turn off or disable the Quick Analysis Feature in Excel?

In Excel 2013 and later version, when selecting a range of cells, a Quick Analysis button is displayed in the lower-right corner of the range as below screenshot shown. How could you turn off or disable this feature in Excel?

Turn off or disable the Quick Analysis feature in Excel

Turn off or disable the Quick Analysis feature in Excel

To disable this Quick Analysis feature in Excel workbook, please do as this:

1. Click File > Options to go to the Excel Options dialog box.

2. In the dialog, click General from the left pane, and then uncheck Show Quick Analysis options on selection option under the User Interface options section, see screenshot:

3. Then click OK button, and the Quick Analysis feature has been disabled at once.

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Excelente post, es muy molesto ese icono que aparece por defecto. Muchas gracias
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Thanks for the tutorial. I found sparkline charts in the Quick Analysis tool to be a good alternative to the Charts tab - been using them all the time.

I created a list of all things you can do with the Quick Analysis tool, which you can read here:

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