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However, for some reason, the value calculated by the formula does not update automatically.

Three attempts later and it was still adamant it wanted to be "Manual" and nothing else.

Copy the contents of the spreadsheet to a new one, and deleted the old one (it wasn't a particularly important spreadsheet, thankfully), and everything was fine.I checked all the normal things, like cell type, auto calculation, etc...What I found to be the problem was the formula and the fact that I surrounded numbers with quotes.I am having to click on the formula bar, then I have to click enter for the formula cell to do its thing. I had a case of this just now on Excel 2010: a particular spreadsheet that would not auto-recalculate.I changed the setting as indicated above; but the auto-recalculate still did not work, and upon rechecking the "Calculation" option, found it had reset itself back to "Manual" all by itself.Each state has its own legal requirements for making a will.