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Topic: Save or not to save?

This program was pretty enlightening, a fairly extensive piece of work. But you might wish to advise people whether of not it's ok to save the file after you're done. Is this ok? I just clicked no to be on the safe side.

Posted on November 15, 2007 by raftitall

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1. OK to save the CROSS file.
Thank you for your feedback. It's fine to save your CROSS results by saving the CROSS file. If you have been running ISM simulations, this will cause the file size to increase to over 20 MB, as results are stored for 12,321 individual simulation years, double that if both ISM scenarios have been used. Saving CROSS to a new file will also save your results, but will deactivate the macros that run the simulations within the main CROSS interface. Simulations can be run under a new filename, however, by accessing the Advanced User sheet and then the Inputs and Controls sheet.

Posted on November 16, 2007 by Owen



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