Hide formulas VBA

I have formula in a spreadheet/excel tool im building

To make the tool look a little more slick, is there anyway i can hide the formula, so its not visible?

Many thanks
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Yes. Hiding formulas is recommended so the use doesn't delete or change them by mistake, not only to make it look slick.

1. Right-click the cells with the formulas, and then select Format Cells.
2. Click the Protection tab, and check the Hidden checkboxe. Click OK.
3. On the Review tab, click Protect Sheet.
Seamus2626Author Commented:
Thanks Macroshadow, i should have elaborated, dependant on a drop down in B31, three things happen

(1) Text "Enter Target" and user enrters a target
(2) Formula dropped in
(3) Formula dropped in

So the cell cant be protected as one of the options is an edit

Also, if the formula didnt appear it would look quite slick!

I'm not sure I understand. Can you upload a sample.

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Seamus2626Author Commented:
Hold up, i think i get what your saying, let me play about for a minute!
Seamus2626Author Commented:
Perfect, thanks!
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