Sensitivity Analysis

dfa07

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  1. 2019
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  1. Windows
Dear all,

Glad to join this forum. Very helpful and useful tool, especially for someone like me who is new to VBA.

I would like to get some clarity on how to create a "Sensitivity Analysis" button that can run and calculate multiple outcomes (IRR for example), derived from a financial feasibility, by changing the revenue (+ or - 5%, 10% and 15%) and the total cost (+ or - 5%, 10% and 15%).

Appreciate if anyone can guide me on how to initiate this exercise.

Thanks
 

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