What Will I Learn
At the end of this course you will:
- Navigation, Arrow Keys, SHIFT & CTRL
- Inserting & Editing Cells, Rows and Columns
- Deleting Cells & Commenting
- Freezing Rows & Splitting the Screen
- Special Paste: Your New Best Friend
- Introduction to Formatting & Style
- Formatting Walkthrough
- The Five Rules for Financial Modeling
- Cell Dimensions
- Styling Fundamentals
- Styling Practice
- Special Paste Review
- Applying Special Paste to the Model
- Best Practices for Number Formatting
- Forward Multiples
- Negative Numbers & Percentages
- Go To Special
- Grouping Data
- Introduction to Formulas & Conditionals
- Best Practices for Formulas and Conditionals
- Relative and Absolute Values Part 1
- Relative and Absolute Values Part 2
- Sum, Max, Min, Average
- Median, Rank, Percentile, Bonus
- Concatenation Part 1
- Concatenation Part 2
- Asking IF Twice
- Formula Error
- COUNT, COUNTA, COUNTIF
- INDEX and MATCH
- Cell Color
- Custom Formulas
- Hidden Values
- Introduction to Charts
- Best Practices for Charts
- The Basics
- Selecting Data In Column Charts
- Customize Your Chart Part 1
- Customize Your Chart Part 2
- Understand and be able to apply the concepts of the time value of money.
- Recognize the sensitivity of financial payoffs to changes in interest rates and other conditions that business managers must cope with.
- Tailor a series of future cash inflows or outflows necessary to satisfy present or future business objectives.
- Use Excel’s financial commands to convert future values to their equivalent present values, and vice versa.
- Use Excel’s financial commands to determine the net present value of a series of future cash flows.
- Calculate periodic payments for mortgages and other loans to identify how much of each payment goes to paying off the principal and how much goes to paying interest.
- Use Excel’s Goal Seek and Solver tools to achieve an objective
- Create one- and two-variable input tables to do sensitivity analysis
- Create spreadsheets for financial statements
- Identify the three key financial statements of corporations (i.e., the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows) and describe their contents and purposes
- Follow the standard formats for organizing items on financial statements.
- Interpret the items on financial statements and recognize how they’re related.
- Recognize when errors have been made in financial statements
- Use Excel’s Chart Wizard to create a scatter plot of a set of data values.
- Select non-contiguous cell ranges for plotting.
- Insert different types of trend lines on a scatter plot to see which best fits a set of data values.
- Use Excel commands (e.g., INTERCEPT, SLOPE, and CORREL) and tools (e.g., LINESTand LOGEST) to create a statistical model that follows the trend of historical data for annual revenues.
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