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Hi. In this Excel tutorial, were going to go over 3 things that can cause your Excel formulas to stop working and how you can fix your formulas. And, if you enjoy this tutorial, dont forget to Like the video and subscribe to the channel for even more tips. So, youve probably seen this before, usually when youre in a hurry, you plug in formulas to your spreadsheet andnothing. The formulas dont calculate or they dont calculate and look more like a sentence than a formula. In our first example, Text formatting is the culprit. To check this, go to the Home tab and, under Number, you can see that our cells are formatted to text. Both of these examples were formatted as text. The one where we can see the = sign was formatted as text before I started typing the formula. The one that looks like a number was formatted as text after I typed the formula. In other words, in the second example the formula used to work, but stopped working when the formatting was changed. To fix this,