Remove the Alert message for Trace Precedents/Dependents
Please consider removing the Alert message when using the Trace commands which are activated when there are no precedents or dependents for the cell in question. In my previous Excel version, I get a sound to indicate there are no precedents or dependents and can immediately move on. When troubleshooting large spreadsheets in Excel 2016 it is very annoying to receive that Alert every time and requires doubling up mouse clicks to get rid of the alert. It is very inefficient and time consuming if one is troubleshooting a large workbook.
Rick Lawrence commented
I cant beleive that nobody else has this extemely annoying problem