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QFD Template Comments

Please help us make our House of Quality templates better for the entire QFD community by providing us with your suggestions and comments!

93 responses about “QFD Template Comments”

  1. Ron said:

    Could you please make the rows larger on the “Relationship Matrix”, “Roof” and “Summary” tabs [in the Extended HOQ Template]? Many of my requirements span 2 lines and are getting clipped.

  2. Template Team said:

    Excellent suggestion! We modified the row heights as you requested in the latest build (1.0.196.0) which released on July 14th. Thanks for the comments. Keep ‘em coming!

    - QFD Online Template Team

  3. Ramesh said:

    Is there any chance of you guys producing a template that looks more like a “house”? I instruct people of the use of the “House of Quality” and although your [Extended] House of Quality Template works quite well in day-to-day use, it doesn’t work as well for explaining the basic concepts of an HOQ.

  4. Template Team said:

    We will certainly look into it. As you alluded to, we have primarily focused on creating templates for day to day use by experienced QFD practitioners. However, we would like to cater to the needs of novice and beginning users as well.

    - QFD Online Template Team

  5. Template Team said:

    In relation to Ramesh’s request back on July 20, 2007…

    We’re pleased to announce the release of our “Traditional” House of Quality Template for Excel! Although it is rather limited in terms of the number of requirements that can be added to it, it has the traditional “house” look and feel and fits entirely within a single printed page. Try it out, and let us know what you think.

    - QFD Online Template Team

  6. Steve said:

    I need to do a full QFD with multiple Houses of Quality. I tried using the Traditional House of Quality, but I have to admit that keeping the different spreadsheets/workbooks in synch is quite a pain. Is there any way that you could create a template workbook that contains multiple HOQ’s in it?

  7. Template Team said:

    Another great suggestion! (To be honest, we discovered the same need ourselves as we have used the templates for our own purposes.) We’ll get started on creating such a template right away. Be sure to check the main templates page on a regular basis to see if/when it has released.

    - QFD Online Template Team

  8. Pablo said:

    Just a question: Could you explain me how the values (requirement weight and relative weight -rows 4 & 5 in ‘Relationship Matriz’) are calculated?

  9. Template Team said:

    Pablo,

    Since there are two sets of “requirement weights” and “relative weights” in every House of Quality, let’s differentiate the ones that you are asking about as the “functional requirement weights” and “functional requirement relative weights”. These values are calculated as follows:

    “relationship values” are the ratings in the middle of the matrix (i.e. “1”, “3”, or “9”)

    “customer requirement relative weights” are the weighting values associated with the customer requirements or the weight assigned to the given row (i.e. column “B” in the Extended HOQ Template)

    “functional requirement weight” = sum of (all relationship values in column x corresponding customer requirement relative weight)

    “functional requirement relative weight” = (functional requirement weight) / (sum of all functional requirement weights in HOQ)

  10. Template Team said:

    We’re pleased to announce the release of our new QFD templates with successive Houses of Quality within the same workbook. You can download these updated templates from the main templates page.

    Regards,
    -QFD Online Template Team

  11. Beth Cook said:

    I have more requirements than rows in room 1. can you make the template expandable?

  12. Template Team said:

    Beth,

    Judging from the comment you submitted, it appears that you are using the “Traditional House of Quality” template (traditionalhoq.xlt). This template was specifically designed with the intent of maintaining the traditional “house” look and feel. In order to maintain this appearance, we specifically limited the number of requirements allowed on each HOQ so that they would fit entirely on a single printed page.

    Have you considered downloading and utilizing the “Extended House of Quality” or “Extended House of Quality (Multi)” templates instead? These templates allow over 250 requirements on both axes in each House of Quality. As you enter a new requirement, conditional formatting automatically draws your borders, shading, row numbering, etc. It was specifically designed to assist in the creation and maintenance of more extensive QFDs.

    (By the way, the only difference between the “Extended House of Quality” template and the “Extended House of Quality (Multi)” template is that the “Multi” template facilitates the creation of multiple successive HOQs within the same workbook; whereas the other template contains only a single HOQ.)

    Take a look at the Extended HOQ templates and see if they fulfill your current needs. If they don’t, let us know and we will see what we can do about making the modifications/enhancements that you require. If they do fill your needs, we’d love to hear about that as well.

    Best regards,
    -QFD Online Template Team

  13. Riz said:

    I would like to learn more about the equations used in the templates. The ones I’ve learned use a slightly different nomenclature and I would like to ensure that the values I put into the columns/rows are for their intended purpose. Also, I agree with Ms. Cook’s comments. I like the traditional HOQ look and feel. It would be nice if it had more rows (customer needs) and columns (functional charateristics). I’ve used the extended HOQ and it’s good. But it’s hard to explain to a team. The traditional is very visual and the teams grasp that better than the extended. Last suggestion, maybe a pdf guide on the templates and their equations underneath would be very helpful.

    Riz

  14. Quang Huynh said:

    I have the same idea with Beth and Riz. I’d like to have more rows and columns while maintaining the house look. The concern about fitness into a page seems much less than its benefits. I can print the HOQ in A0 pager size or show it on a big screen with a LCD projector. With those, the concern is very minor. Thank you in advance for your consideration.

  15. Template Team said:

    It sounds like we need to make a larger version of the “Traditional” House of Quality template. We’ll get to work on it right away.

    Thanks again for your terrific feedback!

    -QFD Online Template Team

  16. Amish said:

    Is there any way to add more rows to the requirements section?

    Regards Amsih

  17. Kem said:

    yeah i agree with riz and beth.
    The basic excellent but i need more rows to help me with my QFD coursework.
    can you display or email me the sheet or workbook password to unprotect the cells.

    many thanks Kem

  18. A Solow said:

    I am currently taking a course in Knowledge Management, and one of the homework assignments in this module concerns QFD and HoQ analysis.

    I have downloaded your MS-Excel templates and find them an exceptional aid, not only in carrying out HoQ analysis, but also in understanding the thought-processes involved.

    I plan to post a link to your website on our class conference for this assignment, and would like permission to post the “traditional” HoQ template for other classmates to use.

    Please advise at your convenience -

    Thank you very much for making this software available, and I thank you in advance for your response.

    A

  19. Template Team said:

    Dear “A”,

    Thank you very much for the positive feedback! It is much appreciated.

    As far as posting our template to your class conference page goes, we would request that you post a link to our template download page (http://www.qfdonline.com/templates/) instead of posting the template directly. (Technically, posting the template is a violation of the terms of use associated with the templates.)

    There are two reasons why we would prefer that you not post our QFD templates directly to any site, and both of them center around our desire to make new and/or updated templates available to our users:

    1) We regularly release new and/or updated templates. (We are currently working on a version of the “Traditional” House of Quality template that has room for substantially more requirements in each HoQ.) By posting a link to our templates download page rather than the template itself, you can ensure that your class conference page will always point to the most updated versions of our templates.

    2) Our templates download page provides our users with the opportunity to sign up for notifications regarding the availability of new and/or updated templates. If users check the box indicating that they wish to be notified of updates, then we will send them email notifications as soon as new and/or updated templates are released. If they do not check the optional notification box, they will of course not be notified; however, pointing your classmates to this page rather than directly to the template gives them the opportunity to sign up for notifications if they so desire.

    Once again, we greatly appreciate your feedback and wish you the best of success with both your academic and professional endeavors. Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance to you.

    Thank you again,

    - QFD Online Template Team

  20. Meena said:

    The Traditional template was very helpful. As part of a “New Product Development” course my team is involved in a HOQ for the new product. Your template has been very helpful. I have one question: I don’t need all the extra rows and columns i.e I have about 5 Whats and 5 Hows, how can I get rid of the unwanted rows and columns and make the House smaller? Thanks again for the templates…

  21. Template Team said:

    Meena,

    Currently, the only templates that allow a variable number of requirements are the “Extended” templates. In order to remove rows in those templates, all you have to do is remove the cell values and the borders and highlighting will disappear automatically.

    Unfortunately, it is not currently possible to remove rows from the “Traditional” templates. We will certainly look into adding that functionality as an enhancement request, however.

    Thank you,

    - QFD Online Template Team

  22. Jeremy Nery said:

    I downloaded the “Traditional HOQ” because we need the entire ‘house’ diagram all in one. HOQ1 tab only has 10 rows for requirements, HOQ2 tab has 15 rows but I cannot add to them. How do I use HOQ2 (i.e. doing a project that has 15+ requirements). I’ve tried the “Extended HOQ” but doesn’t really work for us visually. Thanks for the help and great templates by the way!!

  23. Template Team said:

    Good news! We have created a larger/expanded version of the “Traditional” House of Quality template. It allows up to 25 requirements in any list of any HOQ.

    You can download it, along with any of the other templates at the usual place: http://www.qfdonline.com/templates/

    Thanks,

    -QFD Online Template Team

  24. Stephen Ong said:

    Hi there, just wanna drop a line to say thanks for a great job in the house of quality template. Just two questions for you…. can you tell me what is the formula for the weight/importance and relative weight for both the row and column and why is this required?
    Thank you.

  25. T. Nielsen said:

    The TraditionalHOQ_large template appears to have a bug.

    The “Max Relationship Value in Row” apparently is only looking at the values in columns 1-16 and not 17-25. This may have been an oversight when the template was expanded. Please correct this since the spreadsheet template is protected and I’m unable to do so.

    Thank you for making these templates available to the public!

  26. Julie Daltrey said:

    Hi

    I am trying to use your basic template to assist me in answering an OU course assignment question. My course notes don’t explain how to complete the “roof” and even with the template I’m unsure how to fill this part in - could you help?

    many thanks - the templates are great by the way much better than my own efforts on excel

  27. Template Team said:

    Julie,

    The “roof” of the House of Quality is used to show the correlation between two requirements.

    Let’s suppose that you have created an HOQ for a particular mechanical part. Let’s further suppose that you have the following functional requirements or “how’s” going horizontally across the top of your HOQ:

    * Thickness (< .5 cm)
    * Strength (support > 50 kg)
    * Weight (< 2 kg)

    Under most circumstances, the requirement to minimize thickness would have a negative correlation with the requirement to maximize strength (because parts usually become weaker as you make them thinner). Thus, you would enter a “-” at the intersection of these two requirements in the “roof” matrix.

    However, the requirement to minimize thickness would likely have a positive correlation with the requirement to minimize weight (because parts usually become lighter as you make them thinner if all other dimensions are held constant). Thus, you would enter a “+” at the intersection of these two requirements in the “roof” matrix.

    The requirements to maximize strength and to minimize the weight of the product probably do not have any direct correlation at all. Thus, you would probably leave the intersection of these two requirements in the “roof” blank.

    Hopefully that makes sense. Please let us know if we can answer any other questions for you.

    Regards,

    -QFD Online Template Team

  28. bill vitaliano said:

    please send QFD excel sheets
    Thanks
    Bill

  29. Template Team said:

    Bill,

    To download our free QFD templates for Excel, simply do the following:

    *go to http://www.qfdonline.com/templates/
    *scroll to the bottom of the page
    *enter your name, email address, and intended use
    *submit the form
    *click on the template that you wish to download
    *choose “save”

    Let us know if you have any troubles.

    Thanks,

    -QFD Online Template Team

  30. Template Team said:

    We have released a new version of the “Large” Traditional HOQ template. In addition to a couple of other minor enhancements, this template addresses the “Max Relationship Value in Row” defect identified by T. Nielsen back on Jan. 2, 2008. (Thank you for the notification “T”!)

    -QFD Online Template Team

  31. Malcolm Crocker said:

    I would like to use your HOQ template in an assignment for university but my dilema is that the std one is too small and the extended one is too large. I require a 15 x 18 column HOQ but as the cells are protected and I do not have the password I am unable to alter it. Could you please help or advise. Regards
    Malcolm

  32. Pete said:

    First off, this thing is great! However, after downloading the template why do I get the error message: “File error: data may have been lost”?
    Secondly, is there any chance you could include technical competetive assesment? Along those lines perhaps sale point(value between 1.0 & 2.0) & scale factor (ratio of the target value to value in customer competetive assessment) for the prioritized customer requirements? (This would then be taken into account in the relative weight for the prioritized technical descriptor).

    Just a thought…
    Thanks!

  33. Deborah said:

    Thanks for the super templates! I have completed the traditional template and now want to copy the result into a document…. How can I copy and paste it as a picture?

    Thanks again!

  34. Joseph said:

    Many thanks for these great templates. Further to Deborah above, I too would appreciate having the facility to copy and paste on to a document since I am using it as part of my studies. Again thanks for the excellent templates

  35. Template Team said:

    The simplest way to insert your House of Quality into a document as an image is to save it as a TIFF file through the use of the Microsoft Document Imaging application that comes with MS Office.

    The following link explains this process:
    Save an Office Document as a TIFF File

    After you have created the TIFF file you should be able to insert it into your document by choosing “Insert->Picture->From File” and then browsing to the newly created file.

    Regards,

    -QFD Online Template Team

  36. QFD Support said:

    Please be aware that we now have a forum dedicated to help / feature requests and discussions about the templates. You can check it out here:

    http://www.qfdonline.com/forum

  37. Kevin said:

    Great site and the templates are exactly (almost) what I’ve been searching for. I like the whole house view but it is limited in entries. For one project I have, I need 44 columns.

    I think the extended is better for working in as it prevents people from thinking ahead. Is there a way to ‘display’ the house from the extended data? It wouldn’t need the functionality of the standard template, just a traditional view for those that need it.

    Keep up the good work.

  38. WC Ong said:

    The ‘Target or Limit Value’ row is to indicates existing value or new target value? If it is for indicating new target value, than how the team derives this value in the first place? How can the’Relative Weight’ data add value to the quality deployment?

  39. Mary Balderson said:

    I’m trying to print out the spreadsheets and they currently do not have repeated rows for header established. Can you send me the password to unlock the speadsheet so I can setup the printing the way I need it?

  40. Jason Jones said:

    I have just downloaded the traditional HOQ1 template, but cannot add further rows as my requirements exceed the amount in the current template. How can I add more rows, if the template is ‘locked’?

    Great template though!

  41. Template Team said:

    Jason,

    The “Traditional House of Quality” template was specifically designed with the intent of maintaining the traditional “house” look and feel. In order to maintain this appearance, we specifically limited the number of requirements allowed on each HOQ so that they would fit entirely on a single printed page.

    Have you considered downloading and utilizing the “Extended House of Quality” or “Extended House of Quality (Multi)” templates instead? These templates allow over 250 requirements on both axes in each House of Quality. As you enter a new requirement, conditional formatting automatically draws your borders, shading, row numbering, etc. It was specifically designed to assist in the creation and maintenance of more extensive QFDs.

    (By the way, the only difference between the “Extended House of Quality” template and the “Extended House of Quality (Multi)” template is that the “Multi” template facilitates the creation of multiple successive HOQs within the same workbook; whereas the other template contains only a single HOQ.)

    Take a look at the Extended HOQ templates and see if they fulfill your current needs. If they don’t, let us know and we will see what we can do about making the modifications/enhancements that you require. If they do fill your needs, we’d love to hear about that as well.

    Regards,

    -QFD Online Template Team

  42. Christian said:

    The template is great.

    Is there a chance to filter quality characteristics for phase progression. That means not to take over less important characteristiccs to the next phase?

    Thanks,
    Christian

  43. Jeff said:

    First of all these templates are great.

    I selected consultant when I downloaded the file. So my interest is in sharing the template in a class room I am teaching. Can I do this?

  44. QFD Online Support said:

    Jeff,

    You are free to use the templates in demonstrations, presentations, and print material. We simply ask that you do not distribute the templates directly by posting them to the Web, copying them to CD, or other forms of electronic distribution. We would prefer that you direct your students to the QFD Online URL where they can download the templates themselves. We ask this so that we can ensure that the latest versions of the templates are being distributed as much as possible (as opposed to earlier versions which may have been downloaded quite some time ago). Additionally, by directing your students to the website, you will give them an opportunity to sign up for notifications concerning available updates to the templates (if they would like to receive them).

    Best of luck with your instruction and consulting efforts!

    -QFD Online Support

  45. Itanium said:

    Good day

    It seems I cannot open extendedhoq.xlt and traditionalhoq.xlt files Office 2007. Office 2007 gives me the following error indicating that the files

    “cannot be accessed. The file may be corrupted, located on server that is not responding, or read-only.”

    I have checked that the read only is off.

    I can open the template extendedhoq_multi.xlt on my computer, using MS Office 2007.

    Could you please help me with this problem.

    Kind regards

  46. Jordan said:

    How do I add more Customer Requirements?

  47. Sara said:

    Dear,

    Thanks a lot for the great templates. I’m a PhD student and these templates make my life much easier. I just have one question: is there any way to extend the amount of columns and rows. I know that it is feasible in the extended hoq butI work with food technologists and companies and if I don’t have a visible representation of the House itself, it becomes very difficult to explain. Is there any solution that you can offer me?

    Kind regards

    Sara

  48. David Blanding said:

    You have a great HOQ tool. I would like to the following

    1. There is one error in the HOQ sheet
    2. The ability to link data from the 4th House into a sheet that in not locked
    3. The ability to have 2 or more spreadsheets that are not locked so that we can add technical notes
    4. The ability to highlight cells in the relationship matrix

    These ideas could add major engineering enhancements to your product

  49. David Blanding said:

    Can you e-mail the password to unprotect the spreadsheet

  50. David Blanding said:

    You have a great HOQ tool. I would like to the following

    1. ignore the error note. Not a problem

    2. The ability to link data from the 4th House into a sheet that in not locked
    3. The ability to have 2 or more spreadsheets that are not locked so that we can add technical notes
    4. The ability to highlight cells in the relationship matrix

    These ideas could add major engineering enhancements to your product

  51. buddy said:

    Hi QFD Online Template Team,

    i want to ask,
    what the password to unprotect sheet?
    i want to add more cell.
    Please….

  52. Jose said:

    First of all these templates are great.

    I need to add information and some graph to the Extended HOQ format that I’m using for process improvement:

    Information: A worksheet with some criteria about the Competitive Analysis, example:

    0 - Very Bad (we have problems rigth now)
    1 - Bad (Deficient, informal, not matured)
    2 - Regular (incomplete, some defects)
    3 - Aceptable (normal quality, normal performance)
    4 - Best (eficient, controlable)
    5 - Top Performance (high quality, matured, sustainable)

    This new worksheet could be open to insert instructions, comments, pictures.

    I want to change the look of the CA Graph or, make another one using bars and Pies.

    Maybe you can remove the workbook protection (to allow to insert extra worksheets)

    I appreciate your help

    Best regards.

  53. Andrea Lewis said:

    The spreadsheet provides a great foundation, but I’d like to do some formatting to make it easier to read.

    * Is there a way that I can categorize the customer “Wants” in to big buckets (add big bucket categorizations)? For example, like Easy, Fast, etc.
    * If big bucket categorization is in a future version, is there a way to bold the big bucket item like Easy so that I can have it plus the want on the same line with distinction of the two.

  54. Andrea Lewis said:

    I love the spreadsheet, but don’t understand the mechanisms from moving the items from one HOQ to the other. Is there an instruction sheet that explains the input of data and the movement from each house?

    I looked on line for the instructions via the website that was provided, but I couldn’t find them. Instructions or someone to ask questions in an one on one conversation is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks for your help.

  55. Mike said:

    Hi I need to delete rows and columns from the template. Can I please have the password? Thanks.

  56. Line said:

    Hi
    First of all. Thanks for a great template!

    Is it possible to edit in some of the cells at the traditional house of qualities template? We do only have 4 quality characteristics, and it looks a bit odd with all the other empty cells.

    Thank you in advance!

    Best regards
    Line K.

  57. rochak said:

    hey i was wandering if i could unprotect the sheet cause i need to do a power point presentation on it and without unprotecting it i cant copy and paste it in power point.

  58. John Dubuc said:

    Nice work! I like the template overall.
    I would be nice to improve the readability of the rows and columns by shading them lighter and/or inverting the text color. Also, providing the password so we can make these changes to suit our individual preferences would be fantastic!

  59. Shaun said:

    Using the ExtendedHOQ, I’m wondering if the Roof tab is incorrect. I have entered 12 items in the previous tab which are carried over in both Rows and Columns but it appears the UpperRight half of the Roof section is locked. I can only enter +/- in the LowerLeft half of the Roof.

    For instance, lets say I have 3 rows and columns with the following values; (1)Diecast, (2)Sheetmetal, (3)Plastic.
    R1C1 is locked, R1C2 is locked, R1C3 is locked
    R2C1 is Open, R2C2 is locked, R2C3 is locked
    R3C1 is Open, R3C2 is Open, R3C3 is locked

    I would have expected the following instead,
    R1C1 is locked, R1C2 is Open, R1C3 is Open
    R2C1 is Open, R2C2 is locked, R2C3 is Open
    R3C1 is Open, R3C2 is Open, R3C3 is locked

    Maybe I misunderstood the roof section?

    Thanks

  60. Template Team said:

    Shaun,

    The Roof tab is working as designed. The roof identifies correlations between inputs. That correlation does not depend on order or direction. It is assumed that if there is a negative correlation between Diecast and Sheetmetal, then that correlation exists between Sheetmetal and Diecast as well (i.e. order doesn’t matter).

    In your example above, R1C2 and R2C1 document the same thing (the existence of any correlation between Diecast and Sheetmetal). In order to avoid inconsistencies in your data, we have disabled half of the cells so that the information can only be entered once. Additionally, the cells that are unlocked are those in the bottom of the square/matrix in order to best represent the “roof” shape.

    Hope that helps,

    -QFD Online Template Team

  61. Template Team said:

    In relation to the requests for unlocked/unprotected templates, please see the following FAQ entry from our Forum:

    Can I get an “unlocked” (i.e. unprotected) version of the template?

  62. Cassio said:

    Can you e-mail the password to unprotect the spreadsheet? Tks

  63. Diletta said:

    I understand the reason why your templates are locked. But I would need to write my HoQ in a language which is not English, therefore I would need to change the text in some cells. How do I do it?

  64. Lewis said:

    I used the extended version of HOQ and would like to know how to print it to include all the rooms (where it looks like a house).

  65. Vinod said:

    When I email the QFD to my friend, He is not able to edit it.
    It shows protected sells. How do i overcome this issue.?

  66. Aaron King said:

    Can you make the height of the cells in customer requirements tab (column B) taller. I can’t use the file as is. additionally, can you provide the option to have more than (5) competitors in the customer requirements tab.

  67. Colin said:

    So you don’t handout the password to unlock the templates, but why wouldn’t you allow the ability to delete rows/columns according to the users needs? Having these extra spaces looks unprofessional and annoying considering they’re unnecessary since they don’t contain any pertinent information.

  68. Kamara said:

    Is there any way to copy and paste the house of quality provided in Microsoft Excel into a Microsoft Word document? The excel file is: TraditionalHOQ.xlt (722 KB)

  69. Pedro said:

    I agree. On top of that, I would like to add competitors to the competitive analysis, which is, at the moment, impossible.

  70. Pornrat S said:

    Can i have a password to unprotect the worksheet?

    Pornrat

  71. Seyed said:

    Thanks for providing the template. However many features in MS Excel are not available. Is there any reason for that? Can I reactivate them?

  72. Parwez said:

    How have you used Difficulty in calculation, and weight / Importance in Target Matrix. Please explain Calculation

  73. Student said:

    Great templates for QFD, i had to modify them to be usefull… so i’m leaving this to help others:

    The Password for the classic QFD is 92.. you can remove things you don’t need and it won’t affect the numbers…

  74. James said:

    Hello I really liked your template but I need to copy to a word format just for academic purposes but i cant due to the password, would it be too much to ask for the passwaord?

  75. Baby said:

    Hi, First of all. Thanks for a great template!
    I could not export an entire QFD model after filling data.
    Thank you in advance!

  76. James said:

    Love the tool !

    Would mainly like a bulk “clear” feature to instantly reset to a virgin state.

    and

    Please add the house flip 5X, please add a House of Quality 5 tab.

    I teach to start out with VOC in house one, and continue to ask why/flip Translating VOC to CTQ’s and continuing until CTQ’s reach specifications, usally occurs between house 4&5 (5-WHY’s).

    Thanks
    James

  77. Oliver said:

    Please if you could give me the password to modify the sheet. Otherwise it’s useless as it doesnt tell me how to do one. You can post it here as well so people dont need to ask again and again! Thanks!

  78. Bob said:

    How can I incorporate info about requirements that may be necessary for the sale but not used/ implemented. For instance the completion has one and the market is new and buyer expect to see in the demo? Similarly, how do I incorporate intel about what are minimum, non value-add, non differentiating capabilities?

  79. Russ Merritt said:

    I really like your HOQ but I am having difficulty using it as it moves to the next HOQ house. Are there any instructions and or examples explaining how this template works.

  80. Zach Phillips said:

    I would like to modify the colors of cells - can you please send me the password to unprotect the workbook?

    Thanks,
    Zach

  81. Pass Cracker said:

    I’m not sure if this will let me post or get deleted, but for all those looking for the password to unprotect the sheet, I have cracked it.

    The password is AAAAABAAAAAo

  82. JoeBob said:

    Are you able to send the password to unprotect the sheet so that I can format this tool to fit my number of line items?

  83. Vinicius said:

    I read that a lot of people asked about the password to unlock the worksheets and the workbooks. Does anybody have it?

    I really appreciate if somebody send them to me.
    Thanks a lot.

  84. Tom Pham said:

    I have close to 1000 functional requirements and would like to add additional columns, but the form is locked. Can I get the password to unlock it? I’m using the extendedhoq form.

  85. SHT said:

    Hi!

    Your tool is just great. I had the idea of using it for safety management in effect creating “A house of safety” but I need to do slight modifications to the house. How can I do that?

    The idea would be to couple different safety philosophies and see how they interact.

  86. Matty said:

    Hi. I love your templates. I would like to be able to add or remove rows and columns. If you could please email me the “Unprotect Sheet” password so I can edit, it would be greatly appreciated.

  87. Elijah said:

    Hi, this question is geared more towards the template team. I am a student attending Iron Range Engineering. I have read the terms of use and I’m still not sure if I can use a QFD template as I had planned. I am in the middle of an industry project for Arctic Cat, and I was wondering if I could present the results I put into the QFD to my client.

  88. Mauro Cardenas said:

    Hello,

    I’m find your template great & helpful, nevertheles with a high level of restriction I lack of flexiblity. For example to add/remove rows or to enhance/track specific Whats&Hows for example by changing letter color.
    I am also restricted to include your template in another excel-file or presentation.
    Is there a commercial version or how can I gaing more flexibility (I ask before looking for another template or source).

    Thanks a lot.

    Mauro

  89. filipe said:

    Please, I ‘m from other country and I’d like to translate, but since it’s locked I’d like to have the password, can you provide it by e-mail? for studying purposes only

  90. igor said:

    Please if you could give me the password to modify the sheet.

    thanks
    Igor

  91. brad said:

    hi, i would like to edit the sheet. could you please send me the password

  92. Shivanand V M said:

    Hi,
    Please help, how to set the Target or Limit Value in the sheet.
    thank you,
    Shiva

  93. Buket said:

    Hi, can you provide me the password to modify the sheet?

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