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Change the Formula So That It Can Read the Three Scenario Inputs Based on the Toggle Setting Now the magic begins for the scenario modeling We need only to change the formulas for column E onward
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Scenario Formulas for More Than One Input Row The examples used above show scenarios for only one of the input rows (for growth of revenues, for example) When we want to do two input rows, the formulas get complicated pretty quickly Here is an example for the accounts receivable section,
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for which we have three input rows: hard-coded, as a percentage of revenues, and as days of sales We will do scenarios for the latter two:
93 94 Accounts receivable 95 As % revenues 96 97 98 99 100 As % revenues As % revenues Days of sales Days of sales 600 750 900 904 995 1094 265 304 329 300 300 300 600 73% 750 83% 900 90%
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IF(E94, E94,IF(CHOOSE($B$2,E95,E96,E97), CHOOSE($B$2,E95,E96,E97)*E$10, CHOOSE($B$2,E98,E99,E100)/365*E$10)) This is not an elegant formula You can see that the middle nested IF statement has to test all three possibilities, and this makes for a very dense formula Often, the solution to this kind of modeling problem is to rethink the original situation Do we really need two types of alternate inputs If we keep the principle of KISS in mind, perhaps not
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