Scenario Manager - Excel

hi Folks
Wondering about the Scenario manager in Excel. Do I need to manually enter all the different variables (after I've named the cells) or does anyone have recommendations for best practice around using this. It seems a bit clunky to me - but not sure if that's because I'm not using properly or because it is a bit clunky :-)
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Hi,  you do not need to enter the different variables manually.

it is automatic when you have them in the cells.

to become expert in using Senario Manager, please watch Mike's toturial on youtube   how to use Senario real life example.

hope it helps you.

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agwalshAuthor Commented:
Did what it said on the tin.
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