On Thu, Nov 05, 2015 at 08:47:37AM +0100, Sandro Santilli wrote:
On Thu, Nov 05, 2015 at 07:22:56AM +0000, Brian Barker wrote:
Do you need just Tools | Detective > | Trace Precedents (or
Shift+F7)? This will display the links through which a formula
harvests its parameters. There is also Tools | Detective > | Trace
Dependents (or Shift+F5) to do the same thing in reverse.
That looks promising, thanks !
But when the "Precedents" are in a different sheet (which is my case)
the arrows point to nowhere (are a short 45 degrees arrow starting with
a square and cannot be selected with the mouse).
Digging some on the web I found cross-sheet tracing to be still missing:
BTW, I've also found CTRL-[ doing an interesting thing, except it gets
lost after the first jump (jumps to first precedent).
So it still takes a macro to implement ?
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