How to View Excel Statistics

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Microsoft Excel is getting a quick summary view of workbook statistics. This simple dialog box includes the boundaries of the sheets, tables, links, formulas and notes.

In a couple of clicks you can now view the workbook statistics.

This is for Excel in Office 365 on PCs and Macs

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First, open an existing Excel workbook. Navigate to the Review tab and click on it. In the menu bar, head to the Proofing group. You will see the icon Workbook Statistics, just click on it to view. Refer to below image:

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There are details for current sheet and the entire workbook. It is similar to Microsoft Word’s Word Count feature.

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