Problem with Matrices

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So It used to be that in my excel when I was doing matrix functions (such as =transpose) it would automatically do it. But once updated, I need to click ctrl+shift+enter, or else I will get an error. Is there a way to re-enable automatic matrix functions? or revert to a version where I didn't need to do that?

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