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In this image, you can see that the calculation options is “Automatic”. If there is certain functions and the calculation options is “Automatic”, whenever you open the file, those functions will recalculate automatically and produce new results.On the other hand, if this is a macro workbook, certain codes will also have the same effect.We want to give it the format: [h]:mm:ss To do this, start by selecting the column. Choose Custom and type in the format you want to use for the numbers. Notice nothing has changed, even though it shows “Custom” in the Number Format drop-down.Then, click the drop-down in the Number pane of the Home ribbon. If you edit the cell and press enter, the new format takes effect.There’s a quirk with Microsoft Excel 2010 (and possibly other versions) where custom number formats don’t get applied to existing data.This quick fix can save you from the tedium of re-entering thousands of rows of data.
Hence, you need to decide whether to check the option according to your actual need.
When you change the value in the cell, the formula will not recalculate.
If you uncheck the option “Recalculate workbook before saving” and you forget to recalculate manually, the result of the formula will actually become an error even if you save the file.
If you find this feature annoying, you can also close it.
To make the data more accurate in the workbook, you need to change in Excel options.