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Kevin,

Awesome!  That's the Holy Grail!  If I can figure out how to import that 
function to other excel files, I'll never think about MathCAD again!

Mark Johnson

In a message dated 7/14/04 5:48:28 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
kevinbelow(--nospam--at)videotron.ca writes:

> The freeware disfor() function in Excel is great for showing the actual
>  figures in a calculation.
>   
>  The Disfor() function will convert any referenced address of the formula
>  in the cell to their respective value, and display the formula with the
>  respective values. If value in the displayed formula contain 'Empty',
>  'Null', 'Error' or 'String', then the formula contains non numeric
>  values or invalid reference.
>   
>   
>  HYPERLINK
>  "http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Hills/1829/VBA/disfor.htm"http:/
>  /www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Hills/1829/VBA/disfor.htm
>   
>   
>  Kevin Below, ing., Ph.D.
>  

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