The feature ‘Constants’ summarizes all the constants in your spreadsheet, including the exact locations and where in your spreadsheet references are made to these constants. This overview helps you determine which numbers are fundamental to your results and to verify the assumptions of your spreadsheet.
Overview of Constants
In the overview of constants you find a table that lists all the constants that PerfectXL detects in your spreadsheet. The first column shows in which worksheet the constant was found, the second column shows you the exact cell within that worksheet. In the last column you’ll find where in your spreadsheet the constant is used or referred to.
You can sort the table by clicking the column-name:
Formulas Referring to the Constant
Select and click a row in the table, to find all instances where the constant is used. The pop-up that appears shows you each location and the referring formula(s).
Using the filters in the upper left corner of the table allows you to restrict the list of constants to certain worksheets only, or to enter a minimum and/or maximum value to formulate a certain range of constants.
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