Excel 2013 problem


Very strange behavior of Excel 2013

At least 2 visible problems in the same worksheet (only in the worksheet, other worksheets are fine)

C2 = 2
If I insert a formula in D2 like "=C2", it display "=C2" and not 2
It displays the formula instead of the result of the formula
An also if a Copy/Paste D2 to D3, D4 D5, Ect...the copy do not work and =C2 is displayed all the time

In Option, advanced Options, the "display formula content instead..." in checked OK

In a blank new worksheet I do not have this problem. It seems related to this specific worksheet only

Any Idea

Thank you
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Is D2 formatted as Text?

gadsadAuthor Commented:
thank you it works!
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