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Ctrl F does not find cells with formula

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HI Experts using excel 2010

I am using the Ctrl F to find data text absolute value ok but when the cell is linked to another cell via = sign is does not find it..

What's the work around.
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At the bottom right of the Find window is an Options button.

Click on that and more settings will show. One of the dropdowns gives options for looking in Values or Formulas.

Try with both of those options.

If you have an area of cells selected when using Find, the search will only look in the selected cells. If you want to search the whole sheet ensure only one cell is selected.
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Hanks rob
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Glad to help.
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