September 2017

Consider that I have:

- In cell A4, it contains a formula
**=Sum(A1:B3)+A3/B2.** - How to extract this formula in cell A6 as a string of text?
- That is ... I want cell A6 to display
**=Sum(A1:B3)+A3/B2** - Using
**Control + ~ I**can view this formula in a spreadsheet. - But it is in view only mode. Pressing
**Control + ~**will turn back to normal. - Also, I've tried to put ' at the front and paste the formula in one cell ... but this is not applicable in VBA (marco writing).
- VBA will capture the script as below

- That is ... I want cell A6 to display

ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "'=SUM(A1:B3)+A3/B2"

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- Note that the formula in cell 6 may be
**=A3-B2+A1 (not =SUM(A1:B3)+A3/B2)** - Using Marcos to run it will overwrite the new formula to
**=SUM(A1:B3)+A3/B2 instead of =A3-B2+A1** - How to use the functions within Excel or use Marcos to accomplish changing cell formula to text.

- Note that the formula in cell 6 may be

Try with this macro :

Sub DysplayFormula() Range("A6").Value = "'" & Range("A4").Formula & "" End Sub

Thanks to aquarelle,for this tip.

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