1. Ever been asked to understand a formula like this?
2. Ever got this error?
There is an object that cannot be hidden when data is grouped,
typically Comments on your worksheet.
3. Does your spreadsheet have hidden or protected worksheets that you do not even know exist?
Find out using Navigator sheets which lists all your sheets, hidden or not,
and easily see which sheets are protected.
4. Ever been given a model you did not create and when you open you get this message?
Use Navigator Links to easily
understand the external spreadsheets being referenced. This may be the source of
out dated references, this may be an error, or it may be through an unused name
or even a phantom link.
5. Ever been updating someone elseís model and wonder if they have copied the formulas across consistently, or if they have hard coded numbers where there should be a formula?
Use Navigator Audit to understand the internal consistency and
logic of your spreadsheet. This will save you 10ís of thousands in your audit
6. Ever seen a model with 1227 names?
Navigator Names can help you
manage names like a professional. If you do not like using names use Navigator
names to remove them, or if you do like them then use Navigator names to manage
7. Ever seen a spreadsheet turn from 100kb to 40MB
If you have a copy paste macro
to break a circularity and the copy range includes an object that gets pasted on
itself hundreds of times or if you are unfortunate enough to inherit a
spreadsheet with zero point size objects then you may experience huge file size
8. Ever been asked to delete a section of the model but when you do you create hundreds of #Ref errors?
Use Navigator Trace to identify
any dependent cells on the range you wish to delete and use this to manage the
9. Ever inserted a summary sheet from another spreadsheet and accidentally created lots of linked named cells that have no relevance?
Use Navigator Names to delete the invalid names and
Navigator Links to remove the names that are linked to the original spreadsheet
and are in error.
10. Differentiate Local and Global named cells and correct any errors this may be causing
Easily identify which names are local, that is, referring to only named ranges on a single worksheet, and
which names are global, that is apply to the whole workbook.
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