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Re: Accidentally REMOVED Excel data Add-In - Can't Restore
Posted by: Marion Gordon
Date: August 24, 2014 11:22PM

Install and activate the Analysis ToolPak and Solver
-click the File tab.
-Click Options, and then click the Add-Ins category.
-Near the bottom of the Excel Options dialog box, make sure that Excel Add-ins is selected in the Manage box, and then click Go.
-In the Add-Ins dialog box, select the check boxes for Analysis ToolPak and Solver Add-in, and then click OK.
-If Excel displays a message that states it can't run this add-in and prompts you to install it, click Yes to install the add-ins.
-Note In this case, because you are installing two add-ins, Excel prompts you to install an add-in twice; once for the Analysis ToolPak and once for Solver.

On a worksheet, click a cell.

-On the Data tab, in the Analysis group, click Data Analysis.
-In the Data Analysis dialog box, click the tool that you want to use and click OK.
-In the dialog box that appears for the tool you chose, enter the parameters and select any options as needed.

Get started using Solver
-On a worksheet, enter a formula and then make sure the cell that contains that formula remains selected.
-On the Data tab, in the Analysis group, click Solver.
In the Solver Parameters dialog box, choose between Max, Min, and Value Of. If you select Value Of, enter a value in the box.
-In the By Changing Variable Cells box, enter a cell or a range for the cells for which you want to solve.
-Click Add to add a constraint for a cell, and enter the condition for that cell.
-Click Add again to add more cell constraints (you can have multiple constraints for a single cell), and click OK when you are finished. Then click Solve.
-The Solver Results dialog box appears, with a success or failure message.

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