Can you see Today formula is being displayed as a formula instead of showing actual date? How to fix this issue: It’s very simple: Head over to Formulas → Under formula Auditing → Click on “Show Formulas” (With the first click formulas will show up and Second click they will hide behind cells and start working) [Please refer above screenshot] You have been extracting data using CSV (comma separated values) format, then you’re data mostly exposed to unwanted spaces.Do you know extra spaces cause a lot of problems while using Vlookup formula?
It seems that Visual Basic can not reference sheets according to user-modified sheet names.
The worksheet tabs can have their names changed, but it seems that Visual Basic still thinks of the worksheet names as Sheet1, etc., despite the workbook tab having been changed to something useful.
I use non-Sheet names to facilitate my template manipulation.
you might want to say something loudly [I refrain from using that word].
How to fix this issue: Similar to trim, you can use the CLEAN formula to delete these characters.