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When an error occurs in a formula in a cell, Excel displays the ____ button next to the cell and identifies the cell with the error by placing a green triangle in the upper left of the cell
Trace error "A green triangle in the upper-left corner of a cell indicates an error in the formula in the cell. If you select the cell, Trace Error appears. [ Click the arrow next to the button for a list of options." Source(s): Microsoft Excel Help menu ]
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