Hi All, I have some issues with running solver in loops with excel for mac 2011. From my search, I see that solver looping does not work in excel for mac though it works flawlessly in windows. I would like to know if there is any workaround to run solver in loops and get output values in mac version. Below is my sample code. Eset vydal eset nod32 antivirus 4 business edition for mac.
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The solver does not run until the loop is complete and excel gets control from vba. Any help or thoughts on this is appreciated.
Re: Keep certain cells visible when scrolling, not just rows or colum mgdarkman, you can copy the range you want to keep visible and then right click where you want to put them and paste special, paste link. Keep a group of cells visible while scrolling excel for mac. In Excel 2010, Lock or Freeze rows or columns to keep them visible while scrolling. You might want to keep row and column labels visible as you scroll. On the View tab, in the Window group, click Freeze Panes, Freeze Top Row. 6 Responses to “Keep Row and Column Headings Visible in Excel”. To keep an area of a worksheet visible while you scroll to another area of the worksheet, go to the View tab, where you can Freeze Panes to lock specific rows and columns in place, or you can Split panes to create separate windows of the same worksheet.
Hi GulmiraTG, Here are some steps to take to possibly resolve the errors you are seeing. Please try each in order, then check Solver and see if the error(s) remain. Open Excel, click Tool>Add-ins 2. Uncheck the ‘Solver.xlam’ check box 3. Hit ‘Select’ button and navigate to /Applications/Office 11/Office/Add ins/Solver/Solver.xlam> Select the file and hit ok/open.
It will give you a prompt saying this Add-in already exists, do you want to replace it.> Say yes. Now on the Excel file try using Solver and see if you still get the same behavior. If the above steps didn’t help you re-solve the issue, I’ll suggest you apply the latest update for your Office Mac 2011. To update Office 2011: • Open any Office application such as Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. • On the top menu, go to Help > Check for Updates.
• Under 'How would you like updates to be installed?' , select Automatically Download and Install. • Click Check for Updates. Thanks, Neha.
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Early versions of Excel on Mac lacked many of the math plug-ins Windows Excel has always had which has been a sore point for Mac users. 214 Views View Upvoters Related Questions.