|Use this wizard to add a worksheet where the variables of the
model you want to analyze will be presented
in an orderly manner. These variables are of two types: inputs and outputs.
Input variable: any variable which is not the result of a formula or a constant, but is rather part of a formula.
Output variable: any variable which is the result of a formula
You can create a scenario worksheet in any of the three following ways, depending on your analysis requirements.
1. A scenario module
Use this option to create a worksheet where input and output variables will be orderly listed in rows,
while the scenarios for selected variables are represented by columns.
You can assign the desired values out of all
possible values input variables can take. After running the tool,
|3. Combine scenarios
Use this option to create a worksheet where input and output variables will be orderly listed in rows.
You can enter possible scenarios as column headings.
With this option you can select input and output variables from a worksheet containing scenarios
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