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Saving FIRECalc Inputs
Old 09-12-2004, 06:11 AM   #1
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Saving FIRECalc Inputs

Has anyone figured out how to save your inputs for FIRECalc? -

So you can return to the Calculator at a later date and run your scenario again, without keying in (and remebering) what you keyed in before?
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Re: Saving FIRECalc Inp futs
Old 09-12-2004, 07:38 AM   #2
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Re: Saving FIRECalc Inp futs

Hi CT,

Although not perfect. I use Netscape browser 7.x and I save the information by tabbing to Tools, Form manager, Save form info.
Then use the same tab to return the information. It returns most of the data. The feature works great 99% of the time but has limited success with certain software.
You have to re-plug the rest.
I keep the default numbers in my retirement spreadsheet anyway and quite frankly, it only takes 1 minute to re-type them in and I hate to type.

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