I am using windows 7. I made a simple spreadsheet to emulate a checkbook. I upgraded to the most current version 4.1.5.3 thinking my problem may have been solved. I am now over 650 rows of data in it. Basically there are columns representing date, check number, remarks, deposits and one for checks/withdrawals and current balance. I deleted the info from a prior row in order to insert data and when I entered the new data the formula for the current balance cell was no longer there. Previously I had been able to extend the current balance column downward by just grabbing the lower right corner with the mouse pointer and moving it down some rows and the formula would generate based on the prior formula. (formula was new current balance=old current balance + new deposit -check/withdrawal using cell designations of course.) Grabbing the old cell would no longer generate the formula and when I entered the formula into the cell all I got was a display of the word value and some## in that cell and the cells directly below it in the column. Using enter or clicking on the accept icon after entering the formula did not make it work. I was ,however, able to get the cells below working on the generated formula by manually entering the correct current balance in the cell (which wiped out the formula for the cell.) Still the cells below work properly now. Any thoughts?

‘#VALUE!’ could mean that one of the entries is not numeric, causing an arithmetic error. To check this, toggle currency format (icon = coins). Inspect any cell that does not change with the rest.

Alternatively, ‘###’ could mean that the columns are not wide enough to adequately display the values.

I think @黄智壯 is right.

Simple test (=what I would do):

Insert a column next to the one where you observe the problem:

Enter in the first row the formula: = >first cell in you colum with problem<+1

Copy formula

Move cursor onto the first cell of the column with problems

ctrl+down you reach the end of the column

Move cursor the newly inserted column

ctrl+shift+up (you reach the top of the inserted colum)

ctrl+v

Whenever you see #value in the column with the formulas, there is no number in the original cell.