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Performing What-If Analyses with Data Tables
Figure 5-6:
A one-input
data table.
Follow these steps to create a one-input table:
1. On your worksheet, enter values that you want to substitute for the
value in the input cell.
To make the input table work, you have to enter the substitute values in
the right location:
In a column: Enter the values in the column starting one cell below
and one cell to the left of the cell where the formula is located. In
Figure 5-6, for example, the formula is in cell E4 and the values are in
the cell range D5:D15.
In a row: Enter the values in the row starting one cell above and one
cell to the right of the cell where the formula is.
2. Select the block of cells with the formula and substitute values.
Select a rectangle of cells that encompasses the formula cell, the cell
beside it, all the substitute values, and the empty cells where the new
calculations will soon appear.
In a column: Select the formula cell, the cell to its left, all the
substitutevalue cells, and the cells below the formula cell.
In a row: Select the formula cell, the cell above it, the substitute
values in the cells directly to the right, and the now-empty cells
where the new calculations will appear.
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