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SolverFinish Function

Tells Microsoft Office Excel what to do with the results and what kind of report to create when the solution process is completed.

Note Note

The Solver add-in is not enabled by default. Before you can use this function, you must have the Solver add-in enabled and installed. For information about how to do that, see Using the Solver VBA Functions. After the Solver add-in is installed, you must establish a reference to the Solver add-in. In the Visual Basic Editor, with a module active, click References on the Tools menu, and then select Solver under Available References. If Solver does not appear under Available References, click Browse, and then open Solver.xlam in the \Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\Library\SOLVER subfolder.

SolverFinish(KeepFinal, ReportArray,OutlineReports)

KeepFinal Optional Variant. Can be either 1 or 2. If KeepFinal is 1 or omitted, the final solution values are kept in the changing cells, replacing any former values. If KeepFinal is 2, the final solution values are discarded, and the former values are restored.

ReportArray Optional Variant. The kind of report that Excel will create when Solver is finished:

  • When the Simplex LP or GRG Nonlinear Solving method is used, 1 creates an Answer report, 2 creates a Sensitivity report, and 3 creates a Limit report.

  • When the Evolutionary Solving method is used, 1 creates an Answer report, and 2 creates a Population report.

  • When SolverSolve returns 5 (Solver could not find a feasible solution), 1 creates a Feasibility Report, and 2 creates a Feasibility-Bounds report.

  • When SolverSolve returns 7 (the linearity conditions are not satisfied), 1 creates a Linearity report.

Use the Array function to specify the reports you want to display — for example, ReportArray:= Array(1,3).

OutlineReports Optional Variant. Can be either True or False. If OutlineReports is False or omitted, reports are produced in the "regular" format, without outlining. If OutlineReports is True, reports are produced with outlined groups corresponding to the cell ranges you’ve entered for decision variables and constraints.

This example loads the previously calculated Solver model stored on Sheet1, solves the model again, and then generates an answer report on a new worksheet.

Worksheets("Sheet1").Activate 
SolverLoad LoadArea:=Range("A33:A38") 
SolverSolve UserFinish:=True 
SolverFinish KeepFinal:=1, ReportArray:=Array(1)
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