You can easily flag any cell that contains @RISK input distribution functions or @RISK output functions using the Application Settings window of @RISK. Application Settings is located under the Utilities menu in the @RISK ribbon:
Here you can apply default cell formats to cells in your workbook where @RISK inputs and outputs are located. You can select a color for cell font, border or background.
Using the Application Settings Dialog, a wide variety of @RISK settings can be set at default values that will be used each time the program runs. These include graph color, displayed statistics, coloring of @RISK cells in Excel, and others.
@RISK is an add-in to Microsoft Excel. @RISK performs risk analysis using Monte Carlo simulation to show you many possible outcomes in your Microsoft Excel spreadsheet—and tells you how likely they are to occur. This means you can judge which risks to take and which ones to avoid, allowing for the best decision making under uncertainty.