How do I keep Enable Iterative Calculation checked?

I frequently use excel files that require iterative calculations.  Every time I open one of these files I have to go back into Excel Options to select Iterative Calculation so that it will calculate correctly.  The next time I open the file, it's unchecked again.  How can I change my settings in Excel so that every time I'm in Excel this is checked? Or change the file settings so that every time I open that file it's at least correct?

Would appreciate some advice as I'm getting really tired of having to do this every time I open Excel.




It looks as I don't have an issue with this but my test was perhaps to good enough to be sure.

- Open the workbook

- Goto to VB Editor with ALT+F11

- Right click on ThisWorkbook & View Code

- Paste following

Private Sub Workbook_Open()
    With Application
        .Iteration = True
        .MaxIterations = 100
        .MaxChange = 0.0001
    End With
End Sub

- Save the workbook in xlsm format.




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Last updated January 25, 2021 Views 19,793 Applies to: