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Change Xcel Amortization from 30 years to 40 years?

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    onroad80
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    Change Xcel Amortization from 30 years to 40 years?

    In using Xcel Mortgage Amortization templates, I find they are limited to a
    30-year amortization. I would like to change them to 40 years or more. The
    worksheets are protected, but I am unable to "fill down" the columns to get
    them to calculate beyond 30 years.

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    Fred Smith
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    Re: Change Xcel Amortization from 30 years to 40 years?

    I don't know anything about Xcel Mortgage, but amortization tables aren't that
    complicated. One thing you might try is copying the data to a new spreadsheet,
    which you should then be able to extend. Either that, or build your own
    amortization table.

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    Regards,
    Fred


    "onroad80" <onroad80@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:DBDD7C52-ACB5-43DD-BFE3-1B84BD5419CA@microsoft.com...
    > In using Xcel Mortgage Amortization templates, I find they are limited to a
    > 30-year amortization. I would like to change them to 40 years or more. The
    > worksheets are protected, but I am unable to "fill down" the columns to get
    > them to calculate beyond 30 years.




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