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How Do I Know If a Cell Is Being Used In a Formula In Numbers?

I am trying to find out if a cell is being used in a formula. Excel has a feature called “Trace Precedent & Trace Dependent” to show which other cells have a formula linked to another but, I haven’t been able to find it for Numbers.
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Michael Arias

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    1 week ago

    There’s no easy way to do that. But you can try deleting that cell and see if any of your formulas then show an error or change is some way. Then use Undo to get the cell contents back. I don’t know how big or complex your spreadsheet is, so I don’t know if that would work for you.

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