I have written some code in Excel for a valuation tool but am thinking about putting it on the web as a free download for a marketing type of tool so I want it to be cleaned up and professional and professional looking. The code basically takes inflation indexes and depreciation rates and combines them to arrive at a new value for an asset given a few parameters like age, asset category etc. I need to be able to update the information on a quarterly basis. In Excel the information is expressed in three different summaries worksheets and a list of assets (records). I am thinking that I might want this in access as well. I would like these summaries and lists to be easier populated for the average user. I believe it is pretty basic code I am most concerned about making a great client user interface. This description seems rather vague but I only have 2,000 characters. (I have attached a version that I was in the process of rewriting before I posted it.) Hopefully the sample will be attached. You may need the analysis tool pak checked for the equations to work.
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