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related to question http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Office_Suites/MS_Office/Excel/Q_28597222.html


then in the thread referred above Rory, has helped with the VBA code to list all formulas in active workbook.

I need some more modification on that existing code of Rory. A)  third column to show the visible value of the formula on all those sheets,

see the code and sample data in attachment

thanks.
Book1.xlsm
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Hi,

pls try

Sub ListFormulas()
    Dim ws                    As Worksheet
    Dim FormulaCells          As Range
    Dim Cell                  As Range
    Dim FormulaSheet          As Worksheet
    Dim lRow                  As Long
    Dim dic                   As Object
    Dim vFormulas             As Variant
    Dim vFormulas1             As Variant

    Application.ScreenUpdating = False

    lRow = 2

    Set dic = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")
    Set dic1 = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")

    For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets

        '   Create a Range object for all formula cells
        On Error Resume Next
        Set FormulaCells = ws.UsedRange.SpecialCells(xlFormulas)
        On Error GoTo 0
        '   Exit if no formulas are found
        If Not FormulaCells Is Nothing Then


            '   Process each formula
            For Each Cell In FormulaCells
                dic.Add ws.Name & "!" & Cell.Address(0, 0), "'" & Cell.Formula
                dic1.Add ws.Name & "!" & Cell.Address(0, 0), Cell.Value
            Next Cell
        End If
    Next ws

    If dic.Count <> 0 Then
        '   Add a new worksheet
        On Error Resume Next
        Application.DisplayAlerts = False
        Worksheets("Formula list").Delete
        Application.DisplayAlerts = True
        On Error GoTo 0
        Set FormulaSheet = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets.Add
        FormulaSheet.Name = "Formula list"

        '   Set up the column headings
        FormulaSheet.Range("A1:B1") = Array("Address", Formula)
        vFormulas = Application.Index(Array(dic.keys, dic.items, dic1.items), 0, 0)
        FormulaSheet.Range("A2").Resize(UBound(vFormulas, 2), UBound(vFormulas, 1)).Value = Application.Transpose(vFormulas)
        '   Adjust column widths
        FormulaSheet.Columns("A:C").AutoFit
    End If
End Sub

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Regards
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by:Flora
ID: 40553287
Hi Rgonzo1971

your code exactly does as Rory's code, i do not see any values in Column C.
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by:Rgonzo1971
ID: 40553329
Maybe because the col B is so wide

pls try to move to c2

with Ctrl-G then
C2

Regards
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
ID: 40553334
you could try without autoadjust width of the col

Sub ListFormulas()
    Dim ws                    As Worksheet
    Dim FormulaCells          As Range
    Dim Cell                  As Range
    Dim FormulaSheet          As Worksheet
    Dim lRow                  As Long
    Dim dic                   As Object
    Dim vFormulas             As Variant
    Dim vFormulas1             As Variant

    Application.ScreenUpdating = False

    lRow = 2

    Set dic = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")
    Set dic1 = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")

    For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets

        '   Create a Range object for all formula cells
        On Error Resume Next
        Set FormulaCells = ws.UsedRange.SpecialCells(xlFormulas)
        On Error GoTo 0
        '   Exit if no formulas are found
        If Not FormulaCells Is Nothing Then


            '   Process each formula
            For Each Cell In FormulaCells
                dic.Add ws.Name & "!" & Cell.Address(0, 0), "'" & Cell.Formula
                dic1.Add ws.Name & "!" & Cell.Address(0, 0), Cell.Value
            Next Cell
        End If
    Next ws

    If dic.Count <> 0 Then
        '   Add a new worksheet
        On Error Resume Next
        Application.DisplayAlerts = False
        Worksheets("Formula list").Delete
        Application.DisplayAlerts = True
        On Error GoTo 0
        Set FormulaSheet = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets.Add
        FormulaSheet.Name = "Formula list"

        '   Set up the column headings
        FormulaSheet.Range("A1:B1") = Array("Address", Formula)
        vFormulas = Application.Index(Array(dic.keys, dic.items, dic1.items), 0, 0)
        FormulaSheet.Range("A2").Resize(UBound(vFormulas, 2), UBound(vFormulas, 1)).Value = Application.Transpose(vFormulas)
        '   Adjust column widths
        'FormulaSheet.Columns("A:C").AutoFit
    End If
End Sub

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by:Flora
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thanks worked
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