You can use Inquire to −
The INQUIRE tab may be on the Ribbon. if you find the INQUIRE tab at the Ribbon, you may skip to the following section.
If you do now not locate the INQUIRE tab at the Ribbon, make the Inquire add-in active.
COM Add-Ins dialog box appears.
You can compare two workbooks cell by cell and find the differences, if any, in terms of changes in the second workbook in comparison to the first.
Follow the below given steps −
The results of the comparison seem in a -pane grid −
Information of changes in workbook-To compare to Workbook-compare appear in a pane below these grids. The changes are highlighted by color, depending on the kind of change. The legend for the highlight colors appears in the lower-left pane.
Click Resize Cells to Fit on the Ribbon to view the cell contents in the Compare and To workbooks. The cells in both the workbooks are resized so that the contents are visible.
Click the Export Results in the Export group on the Ribbon.
The Save As dialog box appears. You can save the results to an Excel workbook. Note that only .xlsx file type is available.
If you need the results in another application, you can do it by copying it to Clipboard.
Click Copy Results to Clipboard in the Export group on the Ribbon.
Paste in an application you want.
You can use the Workbook analysis command to create an interactive file that can show precise information about the workbook and its structure, formulas, Cells, ranges and Warnings.
The report will be displayed after the Workbook Analysis is completed.
The Report has the following six categories −
Selecting a category gives you more information about that category.
Check the Formulas option. The sub-categories of formulas will be displayed.
You will observe the following in the workbook that you are analyzing −
In the Results pane, for each of the cells with formula with numeric values, worksheet name, cell address and formula are displayed.
Click the Excel Export button. The Save As dialog box appears.
The saved Report Excel workbook opens and you can clearly view the workbook analysis results.
You can view workbook relationships, worksheet relationships and cell relationships with interactive diagrams created by links. The links display the dependencies between the nodes in the diagram. you may drag the links or nodes to arrange them and align them to view anything you are looking for.
Viewing Workbook Relationships
You can have an interactive, graphical map of workbook dependencies created by connections (links) between files using workbook relationship diagram.
The types of links inside the diagram can consist of other workbooks, access databases, text files, HTML pages, square Server databases and other data assets.
The Workbook Relationship Diagram appears, showing links of the workbook with different Data Sources.
You can use Worksheet relationship Diagram to create an interactive, graphical map of connections (links) between worksheets in the equal workbook and /or worksheets in other workbooks.
The Worksheet Relationship Diagram appears, showing links between the worksheets in the same workbook, and in other workbooks.
The difference between these two can be identified by the direction of the arrows.
You can use the Cell Relationship Diagram to get a detailed, interactive map of all links from a selected cell to cells in other worksheets or even other workbooks.
The Cell Relationship Diagram Options dialog box appears.
The Cell Relationship Diagram appears, showing links between the selected cell and the cells in the same worksheet, same workbook and in other workbooks, based on the options you have chosen.
Click Zoom. You can view the nodes clearly.
When you locate that a workbook is getting loaded slowly, or has become huge in size, it might have formatting applied to rows and/or columns that is not needed (for example, conditional formatting a whole column that has less than 15 values).
You can use the clean excess cell Formatting command to remove extra formatting and greatly reduce the file size. This also results in improving Excel's speed.
Before cleaning the excess cell formatting, create a backup copy of your Excel document because there are certain cases where this method can also increase your file length, and there is no way to undo the change.
The Clean Excess Cell Formatting dialog box appears. Choose All Sheets in the Apply to box
You will get a message about saving changes. Click OK.
If you are using Workbook Analysis or Compare Files commands for workbooks that are password protected, you can avoid having to type the password each time those files are opened. This is possible with using Password Manager.
The Password Manager Dialog box appears. Click the Add button to add passwords of your workbooks.
Add password descriptions also, for the passwords you added.
Next time when you need to use any of these files for comparing or analyzing, you do not have to key in the passwords.
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