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The following articles are available for the 'Scenarios' topic. Click the article's title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.
Creating Scenario Summaries
If you've defined a variety of scenarios for your workbook, Excel can provide a handy way to compare the effects of those scenarios. This is called a scenario summary, as described in this tip.
Excel allows you to create different scenarios for the data in your worksheet. These can be saved and managed using the Scenario Manager, as described in this tip.
Editing a Scenario
Once a scenario is defined and saved, you can later revisit the values you created for the scenario and modify them. Here's how to make those changes.
Showing a Scenario
When you create and save scenarios in a workbook, you can later pull them out and display them. Here's how to do it.