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NX 10 Spreadsheet Goal Analysis for multiple parameters

NX 10 Spreadsheet Goal Analysis for multiple parameters

NX 10 Spreadsheet Goal Analysis for multiple parameters

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Hello,

I am using NX 10.
Usually I use Goal Analysis in tools -> Spreadsheet to monitor and record one parameter.
Is there a way to record more than one parameter within one step?
Using this function I can only make analysis for one Target Cell, I would like to do the same but for more than one Cell.



Thanks

RE: NX 10 Spreadsheet Goal Analysis for multiple parameters

No, I don't think so, but it is a nice thought.
There is probably a way to do it with other programming, but with the two (or more) values working together there will definitely be some conflicts between them.

Jerry J.
UGV5-NX11

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