Spreadsheet Goal Seeker 1.3.3

"Spreadsheet Goal Seeker" snapshot

With Spreadsheet Goal Seeker, empower the Goal Seek function of your Microsoft Excel and get your sought solutions.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP
Publisher:
Webmaster
Price:
$59.95
File size:
3.20 Mb
Date added:
July 15, 2008
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Description from the Publisher
Spreadsheet Goal Seeker empowers Goal Seek function of Microsoft Excel allowing you to apply it to many cells at one time, simply configuring the Spreadsheet Goal Seeker's wizard. It performs multiple re-calculations automatically. Configuring the Spreadsheet Goal Seeker wizard, this Excel add-ind will executes multiple re-calculations automatically and give you the sought solution. Spreadsheet Goal Seeker is a useful Excel add-in that will save you time because all of its tools are easy to use. Moreover, Spreadsheet Goal Seeker is TOTALLY COMPATIBLE with Excel 2007. Spreadsheet Goal Seeker is a part of Model Assistant Suite; whereby, if you purchase this product you will obtain a special discounting for the rest of components.
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