The data that I am having trouble with is number:double type.
You could try either automating Excel to populate the workbook, or add some code to open the workbook and calculate the range explicitly.
Veeam Explorer for Microsoft SQL Server delivers an easy-to-use, wizard-driven interface for restoring your databases from a backup. Web interface provides a complete view of all available SQL databases to simplify the recovery of lost database rorya: I'm a bit confused by your comments. Thanks, "FYI, Data Tables are not the same as Tables and it is Data Tables (which are formulas) that are affected by the calc options.
Also, if I copy the data that was transferred, then paste it over itself as values, the calculations update.
My workaround to this problem is to copy the named range that was transferred from access and then paste it as values. Thanks, If you update the data while the workbook is closed, then Excel is unaware that it needs to recalculate the formulas.
This happens when Excel has been configured to NOT update formulas automatically.
This setting applies to the program for the logged in user – so all spreadsheets will have the same issue.
So to fix it Jump into the affected cell (mouse click or F2) and then immediately exit again.
This is quicker for a single formula but if there are many formulas it will be time-consuming and you should use Method 2 instead.
I have created a VLOOKUP formula with the help of searching this forum. In my spreadsheet, on Sheet1, I have 1705 employees with an old Personal Identification Number (PIN) in column A. I inserted a new column, B, in Sheet 1 for the new Employee ID.
I have Excel 2013 and I have confirmed that in Options, Formulas, that Workbook Calculations are automatic.
robhenson: the data is going into a worksheet, cells a1 to z302 (named range = Data Range). " and "Never mind - misunderstood your point, I think.