institutions used to construct SAM

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    ScottL
    Click Construct Model and select multiplier, say no to reconstruct and it should show the list of institutions you used.
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    ScottL
    Click Construct Model and select multiplier, say no to reconstruct and it should show the list of institutions you used.
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    tjsiiifl
    Thanks for the quick reply, Scott. My "impression", on the machine and copy I'm using, is that when I do what you suggest it actually shows me what the "default" set of institutions are for the software(based on the institutions that were in use the last time the small check-box "Save as Default" was checked) and not which institutions were built into the current model's SAM. Can you check on this for me? thanks again, Tom
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    tjsiiifl
    Thanks for the quick reply, Scott. My "impression", on the machine and copy I'm using, is that when I do what you suggest it actually shows me what the "default" set of institutions are for the software(based on the institutions that were in use the last time the small check-box "Save as Default" was checked) and not which institutions were built into the current model's SAM. Can you check on this for me? thanks again, Tom
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    ScottL
    You know what, you are correct. I don't use this much any more since I spend all my time on Version 3. You can open the model file in MS Access and open the table Multiplier Specs and that will tell you the institutions used.
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    ScottL
    You know what, you are correct. I don't use this much any more since I spend all my time on Version 3. You can open the model file in MS Access and open the table Multiplier Specs and that will tell you the institutions used.
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    tjsiiifl
    Again, your help and guidance are very much appreciated ! cheers, Tom
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    tjsiiifl
    Again, your help and guidance are very much appreciated ! cheers, Tom
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