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]]>To use the functions from another spreadsheet there are several options:

1. Have the Polynomial spreadsheet also open. You can then click the Insert Function Icon from the other spreadsheet, select User Defined Functions, and then select the function you want from the list.

2. Save the Polynomial spreadsheet as an add-in, which makes accessing the functions easier.

3. Save the Polynomial spreadsheet with a new name and set up the spreadsheet as you wish. You can delete any sheets you don’t want, or keep them for reference and add new sheets.

4. Copy all the VBA code to the other spreadsheet. All the functions will then be available without needing to open the Polynomial spreadsheet.

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]]>When designing a wall to the column provisions of Section 10, Cl 10.7.4 (restraint steel) does not apply if N* <= 0.5.phi.Nu, or if the compression steel is ignored (and f'c <= 50 MPa).

Option 1 covers that case.

Option 0 is a more conservative application of that clause, or can be used to find the difference that the compression steel makes.

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]]>Hoping a few more will follow your lead š

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