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APPENDIX C CAPTool Initial Startup Instructions This tool provides for a consequence-based assessment across multiple modes of transporta- tion assets. It is an initial tool for high-level budgeting decisions, providing a platform where all modes are compared on equal footing. This tool allows for an iterative process where the user can return to the beginning of the model and plot different threshold variables. Opportunities are available at Step 1 and Step 6 in the tool to save your work to your hard drive. Getting Started with the Tool STEP 1: Save the Microsoft Excel file named "Costing Asset Protection Tool.xls" to your computer. STEP 2: Open the file. STEP 3: Enable macros in the file. The tool requires that you enable the use of macros in this spreadsheet. When you open the file, if a dialogue box opens up regarding enabling macros, click "Enable Macros." You are now ready to start using CAPTool. If you do not see a dialogue box when you open the file, you will need to make sure that your macro security level is set to Medium. To do this, follow these steps: a. Select the Tools dropdown menu and then select "Macro," then "Security." b. A security dialogue box will appear. Make sure you are looking at the "Security Level" tab inside the dialogue box. c. Set the security level to Medium by clicking the radio button. Medium security allows you to choose whether you use macros in this tool. d. Close the file and any other instances of the application currently running on the computer. e. Open the file again and click "Enable Macros" when prompted to allow the macro to run. You are now ready to use CAPTool. If you have further questions, please consult the CAPTool User Guide. 113