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2.4. Placing Number of Iterations in the Worksheet

Applies to: @RISK for Excel 4.x–7.x

@RISK puts the number of iterations into reports and windows, but how can I get it into my worksheet?  I need to use it in calculations.

With @RISK 6.x/7.x, use the formula =RiskSimulationInfo(4).

With @RISK 5.7 and below, place =RiskCurrentIter( ) in any convenient cell, say for example AB345, and then the formula =RiskMax(AB345) in any other cell will give you the number of iterations upon completion of the simulation.

Additional keywords: SimulationInfo, CurrentIter

Last edited: 2015-06-08

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