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Excel 2003 Speeding up calculations

Posted on 2012-03-28
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Hi Experts,

In Excel 2010 I have the possibility to select how many processors I will use for multithreaded calculations. (See file). Do I have the same possibility in Excel 2003. And how do I check and change that?

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Jørgen
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No, you don't, I'm afraid. Multi-threaded calculation was introduced with 2007.
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