I have a large spreadsheet in which many of the cells contain formulas.

How can I produce a delimited-text version of this spreadsheet such that all formulas appear as the text of their source code?

For example, for a spreadsheet in which column `A`

is

```
14
59
27
```

cell `B1`

is set to `=SUM(A:A)`

, and all remaining cells are empty, if we did "Save As" CSV, the resulting `*.csv`

file would look like this (last two cells of second column are empty):

```
14,100
59,
27,
```

In contrast, what I want would look this:

```
14,=SUM(A:A)
59,
27,
```

In fact, the non-formula values are unimportant (except as placeholders), so the alternative below would be fine too. Here the only non-empty cells are those corresponding to the formula-containing cells in the original sheet; in this case, the leading '=' can can be omitted from the non-empty cells:

```
,SUM(A:A)
,
,
```

Thanks!

PS. I'm VBA-illiterate, so I'd like to avoid it if at all possible.