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    Thanks for logging this, Lyubomir. How do you do these today? Is deeper integration with R potentially useful for such scenarios, at least for the analysis?

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    To Anonymous @ 2020-03-05-22:39, For me at least, yes, I've used this method once or twice as a method of last resort, but other Monte Carlo plug-ins achieve this and much more sophisticated and varied probability distributions with a few clicks of the mouse. There is some very insightful data analysis that can be done if this functionality was native to Excel. I'd love for the Excel team to implement it.

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    Bumping this up to reaffirm that native Monte Carlo tools would be a tremendous addition and very helpful to many users. There is no easy/elegant/useful work around today.

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    Thanks for all the votes and support of this suggestion.

    We like this idea, but we don’t have customized keyboard shortcuts in our plans for Excel on Windows in the short term. We’ll keep monitoring the votes here so it can still be considered in the future.

    Steve – Microsoft Excel

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    Thanks for the feedback. We’ll consider this for a future release. Please continue to vote on this feature request which will increase its likelihood of getting in the product.

    In the meantime, you can also use Office Addins found on the Excel 2013 insert tab. You can create your own Office Addins or use those from the store – many of which are visualizations. The Office Add-ins essentially allow you to use javascript and javascript libraries such as d3.js to create what ever you need.

    Thanks,
    Scott [MSFT]

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