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    Question Interdependent Sliders - The Project Management Triangle

    Hi There,

    I was hoping someone could help me with a requirement I have. I'm not even sure it's possible, but if not, even knowing that would be great.

    I have a table with 4 columns and 1 row

    The values in the table are all have an interdependence, e.g. if one value goes up, the others must come down proportionally.

    I'd have a bar chart created, and I would like to add 4 sliders so I can slide left/right or up/down and the values will change

    If a value is fixed, it won't change the fixed value, but any adjustments to the rest of the figures would still proportionally adjust the remaining values.

    This isn't the reason I need it, but I've included the Project Management Triangle as an example because it nicely matches my real example. If you don't know what the Project Management Triangle is, please see check "Project Management Triangle" on Wikipedia, (I don't have enough posts to allow me to post a direct link)

    Like all hard requirements, the output of this looks relatively simple, but I'm sure it is hard/impossible to achieve in Excel, but would appreciate your thoughts!

    Example included

    Thanks,
    Colm
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