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Solver and Goal seeker for NeoOffice ?
 
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Christian
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2004 2:12 am    Post subject: Solver and Goal seeker for NeoOffice ? Reply with quote

Hello NeoOffice specialists,

before I'm start downloading the 127MB I have a view questions concerning the features of this "little" Office app.

1.) For buissenes calculations I need the scenarios and the goal seek algorithem similar to the MS-Excel version ?
2.) In case 1. is given, how good are the import filters of NeoOffice/J for MS-Office files ? Any experience here ?
3.) Is there a kind of visual basic for application (VBA) possibility or am I too barefaced requesting such a feature Embarassed ?

Please help to freeze MS-Office off Razz - Thanks!

Christian
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2004 5:51 am    Post subject: Re: Solver and Goal seeker for NeoOffice ? Reply with quote

Christian wrote:
1.) For buissenes calculations I need the scenarios and the goal seek algorithem similar to the MS-Excel version ?
2.) In case 1. is given, how good are the import filters of NeoOffice/J for MS-Office files ? Any experience here ?
3.) Is there a kind of visual basic for application (VBA) possibility or am I too barefaced requesting such a feature Embarassed ?

1) Scenarios and Goal Seek are both there.

2) Pretty damn' good importing MS Office docs - but you'll have to try it yourself with your MS docs to see what works well and what needs a bit of help afterwards!

3) No Visual Basic, but some basic, and macro language too.

The built-in Help is pretty comprehensive - I suggest you just download it and try it out - I don't think you'll be wasting your time. Of course there's no guarantee that it'll do things exactly the way you want them too, but it's worth trying.

- yoxi
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