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1. On the Data tab, in the Data Tools group, click What-If Analysis and then, in the
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list, click Scenario Manager. The Scenario Manager dialog box opens.
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2. Click Add.
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The Add Scenario dialog box opens.
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3. In the Scenario name field, type 3DayIncrease. 4. At the right edge of the Changing cells field, click the Collapse Dialog button.
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The Add Scenario dialog box collapses.
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5. In the worksheet, click cell C4 and then, in the dialog box, click the Expand Dialog
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button. $C$4 appears in the Changing Cells field, and the dialog box title changes to Edit Scenario.
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6. Click OK.
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The Scenario Values dialog box opens.
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7. In the value field, type 11.50.
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8. Click OK.
The Scenario Values dialog box closes, and the Scenario Manager is displayed again.
9. Click Add.
The Add Scenario dialog box opens.
10. In the Scenario name field, type Ground and Overnight Increase. 11. At the right edge of the Changing cells field, click the Collapse Dialog button.
The Add Scenario dialog box collapses.
12. Click cell C3, hold down the Ctrl key, and click cell C6. Then click the Expand
Dialog button. $C$3,$C$6 appears in the Changing Cells field, and the dialog box title changes to Edit Scenario.
13. Click OK.
The Scenario Values dialog box opens.
14. In the $C$3 field, type 10.15. 15. In the $C$6 field, type 18.5. 16. Click OK.
The Scenario Values dialog box closes, and the Scenario Manager dialog box is displayed again.
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17. Click Summary.
The Scenario Summary dialog box opens.
18. Verify that the Scenario summary option is selected and that cell E8 appears in
the Result cells field.
19. Click OK.
Excel creates a Scenario Summary worksheet.
CLEAN UP Save the MultipleScenarios workbook, and then close it.
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Varying Your Data to Get a Desired Result by Using Goal Seek
When you run an organization, you must track how every element performs, both in absolute terms and in relation to other parts of the organization. Just as you might want to reward your employees for maintaining a perfect safety record and keeping down your insurance rates, you might also want to stop carrying products you cannot sell. When you plan how you want to grow your business, you should have specific goals in mind for each department or product category. For example, Lori Penor of Consolidated Messenger might have the goal of reducing the firm s labor costs by 20 percent as compared to the previous year. Finding the labor amount that represents a 20-percent decrease is simple, but expressing goals in other ways can make finding the solution more challenging. Instead of decreasing labor costs 20 percent over the previous year, Lori might want to decrease labor costs so they represent no more than 20 percent of the company s total outlay. As an example, consider a worksheet that holds cost figures for Consolidated Messenger s operations and uses those figures to calculate both total costs and the share each category has of that total.
Important In the worksheet, the values in the Share row are displayed as percentages, but the underlying values are decimals. For example, Excel represents 0.3064 as 30.64%.
Although it would certainly be possible to figure the target number that would make labor costs represent 20 percent of the total, there is an easier way to do it in Excel: Goal Seek. To use Goal Seek, you display the Data tab and then, in the Data Tools group, click What-If Analysis. On the menu that is displayed, click Goal Seek to open the Goal Seek dialog box.
Varying Your Data to Get a Desired Result by Using Goal Seek
Important If you save a workbook with the results of a Goal Seek calculation in place, you will overwrite the values in your workbook.
In the dialog box, you identify the cell with the target value; in this example, it is cell C4, which has the percentage of costs accounted for by the Labor category. The To Value field has the target value (.2, which is equivalent to 20 percent), and the By Changing Cell field identifies the cell with the value Excel should change to generate the target value of 20 percent in cell C4. In this example, the cell to be changed is C3. Clicking OK tells Excel to find a solution for the goal you set. When Excel finishes its work, the new values appear in the designated cells, and the Goal Seek Status dialog box opens.
Tip Goal Seek finds the closest solution it can without exceeding the target value. In this case, the closest percentage it could find was 19.97 percent.
In this exercise, you ll use Goal Seek to determine how much you need to decrease transportation costs so those costs make up no more than 40 percent of Consolidated Messenger s operating costs. SET UP You need the TargetValues_start workbook located in your 08 practice file folder to complete this exercise. Open the TargetValues_start workbook, and save it as TargetValues. Then follow the steps.
1. On the Data tab, in the Data Tools group, click What-If Analysis and then, in the
list, click Goal Seek.
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The Goal Seek dialog box opens.
2. 3. 4. 5.
In the Set cell field, type D4. In the To value field, type .4. In the By changing cell field, type D3. Click OK. Excel displays the solution in both the worksheet and the Goal Seek Status dialog box.
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