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Entire Equation Question 4 Years, 12 Months ago Karma: 0  
Using the first video as an example, di=do-2t. Instead of "di =" being in one cell and "= do-2t" in another, is there a function that brings the whole equation together?

Thanks - really impressive software!

Mike Round
 
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Re:Entire Equation Question 4 Years, 12 Months ago Karma: 494  
No Mike there is not currently a way to do this. An equation editor, like the one that ships with Word, would be the easiest way to achieve what you are looking for. The main purpose for XLC is to render an equation from the cell formula as a way of checking it against a formula you are copying from a text book and also that the calculation method is transparent and easily read. All Excel cell formulas start with an "=" and so do XLC rendered equations.

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