Excel values not updating
There’s a quirk with Microsoft Excel 2010 (and possibly other versions) where custom number formats don’t get applied to existing data.
This quick fix can save you from the tedium of re-entering thousands of rows of data.
You can update it by double-clicking the cell, making no changes, and then press Enter, but this can be very tedious.There are two reasons this scenario can occur: The good news is that both problems are easy to identify and just as easy to resolve.The Excel cell you are typing the formula into is set to Text format If your Excel formula does not calculate then check the Format of the Cell to ensure it is not Text.In Excel 2007, 2010 or 2013, you can create a table to expand the data range, and the chart will update automatically. Select the data range and click Table under Insert tab, see screenshot: 2.In the Create Table dialog box, if your data has headers, please check My table has headers option, then click OK. And the data range is formatted as a table, see screenshot: 4.When entering numerical data in Excel, it helps to format it according to the type of data it is. percentage, currency, date, or text—helps drive consistency and accuracy in displaying and working with your data.