I’m having trouble with Linearization Checker.xls. I have downloaded it to two different computers. One has Win7 and Excel 2010, the other Win7 and Excel 2013. Upon opening the file I receive the error message: [B]File error: data may have been lost[/B]. I receive this message on both computers. I click OK and proceed. I’m entering Density data into the input column of the Density Tab and getting some pretty wild looking graphs. I even tried entering the “ideal data” (listed in the right hand column) into the left hand column figuring the black line should align EXACTLY with the pink line. No such luck. The black line is well below the pink line. I’m stumped. Any suggestions? My only thought would be to re-issue Linearization Checker with an updated version of Excel.
As an fyi, I used Linearization Checker back in January with the Win7 Excel 2010 computer and had no issues. My best guess is Microsoft changed something in an update.