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How Excel determines the current mode of calculation

 In Microsoft Excel, all currently open documents use the same mode of calculation, regardless of the mode in which they were saved.
To help explain how the mode of calculation is determined,
this article refers to the following hypothetical documents:

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File name Kind of document Mode that is used to save the file
Auto1.xlsx Workbook Automatic
Manual1.xlsx Workbook Manual
Auto2.xlsx Workbook Automatic

The following statements apply to calculation modes in
Excel:

  • The first document that is opened uses the calculation mode with which it was last saved. Documents that are opened later use the same mode. For example, if you open Auto1.xls and then open Manual1.xls, both documents use automatic calculation (the mode used by Auto1.xls). If you open Manual1.xls and then open Auto1.xls, both documents use manual calculation.
  • Changing the calculation mode of one open document changes the mode for all open documents. For example, if Auto1.xls and Auto2.xls are both open, changing the calculation mode of Auto2.xls to manual also changes the mode of Auto1.xls to manual.
  • All sheets that are contained in a workbook use the same mode of calculation. For example, if Auto2.xls contains three worksheets, changing the mode of calculation of the first worksheet to manual also changes the mode of calculation to manual in the other two sheets.
  • If all other documents are closed and you create a new
    document, the new document uses the same calculation mode as the previously
    closed documents. However, if you use a template, the mode of calculation is
    the mode that is specified in the template.
  • If the mode of calculation in a workbook changed and the file is saved, the current mode of calculation is saved. Fore example, if Auto1.xls is opened, Manual1.xls is opened, and Manual1.xls is immediately saved, the mode of calculation is saved as automatic.

How to control the mode of calculation

All open documents use the same mode of calculation. You must follow special procedures to work with documents that use different calculation modes. For example, if you are working with Auto1.xls and you want to open Manual1.xls in manual calculation mode, take one of the following actions:

  • Set Auto1.xls to manual calculation mode before you open
    Manual1.xls.
  • Close Auto1.xls (and any other open documents) before you
    open Manual1.xls.

There are four modes of calculation that you can select in Excel. They are as follows:

  • Automatic
  • Automatic except for data tables
  • Manual
  • Recalculate workbook before saving

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Mode Time when calculation occurs
Automatic When you make any change to the document. All affected parts of the document are recalculated.
Automatic except tables When you make any change to the document. All affected parts of the document except tables are recalculated. A table is recalculated only when a change is made to it.
Manual When you press F9, click Options on the Tools menu, click the Calculation tab, and then click Calc Sheet.
Manual / Recalculate before saving When you press F9 or click Calc Sheet on the Calculation tab on the Tools/Options menu. Calculation also occurs every time that you save the file.

Recalculate the active sheet

To recalculate only the active sheet, use one of the following methods:

  • Press SHIFT+F9.
  • Click Calculate Sheet on the Formulas menu in the Calculation group.

Recalculate all open documents

To recalculate all open documents, use one of the following methods:

  • Press F9.
  • Click Calculate Now on the Formulas menu in the Calculation group.

How to change the mode of calculation in Excel

To change the mode of calculation in Excel, follow these steps:

  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Excel Options.
  2. On the Formulas tab, select the calculation mode that you want to
    use.

Article ID: 214395 – Last Review: February 23, 2015 – Revision: 10.0


Applies to
  • Microsoft Excel 2013
  • Microsoft Excel 2010
  • Microsoft Office Excel 2007

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online organization integration with the Microsoft Azure Service Bus

Recent security enhancements require the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online service to use a new certificate to authenticate against the Microsoft Azure service. Use the steps in this article to change the configuration in your Microsoft Azure namespace. These changes are necessary, and will allow the messages sent from the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online service to the Microsoft Azure service endpoint to be authenticated with both the current certificate and the newer certificate that will be available soon. 

This configuration change should be made before Wednesday, March 4th 2015 globally, to ensure minimal impact.

Note: Do not remove the old certificate until after March 7, 2015, as the new one is not valid until this date. However, both the new and old certificates can exist simultaneously without issues.

Also note that if these changes are not made, any integrations to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online that use the Microsoft Azure Service bus will stop working. Also, if the PluginRegistration tool is used to verify authentication, an error message may occur similar to the following:

“The token provider was unable to provide a security token. The remote server returned an error: (401) Unauthorized”.

When the procedures in this article have been completed, ACS access control will be configured to allow Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online to continue to send messages with the new certificates.

First, retrieve the list of service endpoints. The steps in this article will need to be performed for each of the service endpoints. To find the service endpoints, in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, navigate to Settings, click Customizations, click Customize the System, and select Service Endpoints.

Note: If the service endpoint connection mode is “Federated,” the same steps will need to be repeated in the following instructions for https://.accesscontrol.windows.net/v2/mgmt/web

To configure access control for a service namespace:

1. In a web browser, go to https://-sb.accesscontrol.windows.net/v2/mgmt/web

 Note: If you do not have access, contact the solution developer to perform the steps.

  
2. Under Service Settings, click Service Identities.

3. Select the check box next to your Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online service identity. Please note the following items:

· If your organization URL contains “crm.dynamics.com”, click here

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=526575)

to download the public certificate and save it to your disk. Also, select the check box next to “crm.dynamics.com”.

· If your organization URL contains “crm4.dynamics.com”, click here

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=526576)

to download the public certificate and save it to your disk. Also, select the check box next to “crm4.dynamics.com”

· If your organization URL contains “crm5.dynamics.com”, click here

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=526577)

to download the public certificate and save it to your disk. Also, select the check box next to “crm5.dynamics.com”.

4. Under Type, choose X509, and then click Add. In the Add Credential screen (shown below), browse to the public certificate you previously saved to disk, and click Save.

5. You should now see the current (soon to expire) and new certificates in the Credentials list.

Note This is a “FAST PUBLISH” article created directly from within the Microsoft support organization. The information contained herein is provided as-is in response to emerging issues. As a result of the speed in making it available, the materials may include typographical errors and may be revised at any time without notice. See Terms of Use

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=151500)

for other considerations.

Article ID: 2836034 – Last Review: February 21, 2015 – Revision: 11.0


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  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
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Restrictions and limitations when you sync SharePoint libraries to your computer through OneDrive for Business

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A Microsoft Online user’s mailbox is over the configured size limit

A user reports that his or her mailbox is over the size limit. Specifically, Microsoft Exchange Server generates a warning when the mailbox is approaching or has exceeded the kilobyte limit that is set for the mailbox. This limit is called the Storage Quota.
This issue occurs when the number of kilobytes that are stored in the mailbox is approaching or has exceeded the limit that is specified by the Storage Quota property of the mailbox.
Mailbox quotas are generally applied to users according to the default values of the quotas on their Exchange mailbox server databases. Mailbox quotas can be overridden at the mailbox level as necessary.

These mailbox quota levels are managed by using the extension attributes in Active Directory. The Microsoft Managed Solutions Service Provisioning Provider (MMSSPP) tool syncs the value for the extension attributes to the managed environment, where different quotas are then applied. Each customer uses an agreed-upon extension attribute and quota value. (For more information, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article, “2673366

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2673366/
)

Mailbox is over the size limit or is not configured to use the appropriate mailbox quotas in Office 365 Dedicated.”) 

The values typically resemble the following:

MBX=ST;
MBX=DW;

Note These values should include the semicolon.

The process by which quotas are applied in the managed environment runs one time per day. A quota that is applied by updating a user’s extension attribute may take up to 24 hours to apply. If the values are set incorrectly or if they are left blank for any mailboxes, the mailbox quotas will remain unchanged.

If a user needs an immediate quota level increase, follow these steps:

  1. Set the appropriate value on the extension attribute.
  2. Contact Microsoft Online Services Support to request that the user’s quota be increased immediately.

    Note The request may take up to two hours to be completed. The user’s service will be affected during that time.

Article ID: 2516253 – Last Review: February 20, 2015 – Revision: 6.0


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  • Microsoft Exchange Online Dedicated

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OneNote syncing best practices

This article details best practices for moving and syncing OneNote notebooks, as well as issues that may arise if notebooks are moved or synced in ways that are not recommended. In general, OneNote notebooks should always be synced and moved by the OneNote application, and not by file based synchronization systems such as a client application (such as the OneDrive or DropBox local client) or offline folders. Reasons for moving and syncing notebooks via OneNote include:
  • Web Apps and Mobile Sync – The built-in sharing functionality correctly sets up the notebook on the server so that OneNote Web App will be able to open it. Also, the mobile versions of OneNote (Windows Phone, iOS, Android) can only open notebooks that are shared through this mechanism.
  • Offline edits – OneNote creates a local copy of the notebook for offline editing in the Local Settings folder, and merges the changes to the cloud when a connection is re-established. Unlike othe file synchronization methods however, OneNote is able to merge the changes without creating conflicts within the notebook.
  • Efficient syncing – OneNote has built-in sync logic with OneDrive allowing it to synchronize only the changes, which is significantly more efficient than file synchronization mechanisms like the OneDrive Desktop app or DropBox as it knows about the file format and can sync only the changes.

Move local notebooks to a cloud location (Recommended Method)
If you have a notebook stored locally on your computer that you wish to move to the cloud, go to File > Share in OneNote and pick a web location such as OneDrive, and then click Move Notebook.

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OneNote will upload the notebook to OneDrive and set up direct sync.

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When the notebook has been successfully moved, the following message will appear:

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After the notebook has been moved, the local notebook in the previous location is no longer connected or synchronized and should be deleted. You may use the OneDrive client application to move and synchronize other files, and OneNote will handle the syncing of notebooks within OneDrive automatically.

Not Recommended
Do not use Windows Explorer to move folders containing .one files to OneDrive. If notebooks are moved to the local OneNote client folder in this manner, when they are opened in OneNote 2013 you will receive the error “This notebook may not sync correctly because another program is syncing these files. Click here to re-open this notebook from the correct location.” 

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Clicking on this error message in OneNote 2013 will allow OneNote to move the notebook to OneDrive and establish a sync relationship. As a part of this process, OneNote will delete the original folder and all .one/.onetoc2 files and replace them with an internet shortcut file. This behavior is by design, as all OneNote notebooks are represented as internet shortcuts within the OneDrive client application so that the OneDrive client allows OneNote to perform the syncing of the file. However, no data is lost during this process.

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However, previous versions of OneNote were created prior to the existence of the OneDrive client application. As such, no error messages are surfaced in this scenario and the user can potentially encounter the issues described above when OneNote is not responsible for syncing content. Users with older versions of OneNote should follow the steps in the Recommended section to move notebooks into OneDrive to resolve this problem.

Placing OneNote notebooks on Windows Offline File shares is also not recommended. Windows Offline Files introduces a file cache separate from the cache that OneNote already uses for offline editing. In this scenario, OneNote may sync changes to the Windows cache while the Windows file is offline, in effect syncing to a local copy instead of the server copy. When the Windows share is back online, the user may be prompted to keep two copies of the file or replace one copy. Choosing to keep two copies of the file will result in duplicate sections within OneNote, while opting to replace a copy of the notebook could result in data loss.

Additionally, there is a known issue in Windows Vista where using Offline Files may result in corrupted OneNote notebooks. This issue was fixed by http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938979

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938979)

Microsoft recommends that users of Windows Offline Files place their OneNote notebooks in a separate location that is not synchronized by Windows Offline Files. Users with notebooks currently in an Offline Files share should use the above steps in the Recommended section to move their notebooks to a new location.

Note This is a “FAST PUBLISH” article created directly from within the Microsoft support organization. The information contained herein is provided as-is in response to emerging issues. As a result of the speed in making it available, the materials may include typographical errors and may be revised at any time without notice. See Terms of Use

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=151500)

for other considerations.

Article ID: 2819334 – Last Review: February 20, 2015 – Revision: 3.2


Applies to
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  • Microsoft OneNote 2010
  • Microsoft Office OneNote 2007
  • Microsoft Office OneNote 2003

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