In the last two posts, you learnt the basics of Net Present Value (NPV) and how to calculate NPV using formulae. However, Microsoft Excel makes it easy for you with two inbuilt functions. The first is NPV (surprise!) and the second is XNPV (my favourite). NPV From the official help article, NPV takes the following… Continue reading How to calculate NPV in Excel using Functions
I've covered the basics of Net Present Value (NPV) previously. If you don't know what NPV is, then please read that post first before continuing. After reading this post, you will be able to learn how to use Excel to calculate NPV of cash flows. This tutorial will teach you how calculate the NPV using… Continue reading How to calculate NPV in Excel using Formulae
Continuing with our Excel Tutorials, in this article, I'll take you through using Goal Seek in Microsoft Excel 2007. The function is same as that of earlier versions of Excel as well as Excel 2010. The screenshots below are taken in 2007.
Excel 2007 brought a host of new functions to Excel that were missing in Excel 2003. One of these functions was AVERAGEIF which returns the average (arithmetic mean) of all the cells in a range that meet a given criteria. One essential function that is still missing is MEDIANIF or MEDIAN IF which should ideally return the median of all the cells in a range that meet a given criteria.
Two weeks, we looked at the syntax of VLOOKUP, INDEX and MATCH. Last weeks tutorial should have walked you through the basics of VLOOKUP. In this post, we'll use a similar file from the VLOOKUP tutorial to find a value from the table using INDEX and MATCH.
Last week, I introduced you to VLOOKUP, INDEX and MATCH. In this post, we'll use VLOOKUP to find a value from the table. Firstly, let's create the above table in Excel.
Excel has several lookup and reference functions. The main purposes of most of the plugins is to lookup some cell or cells from a set of data (usually presented in a table). Of these, the most popular ones are VLOOKUP, INDEX and MATCH.
In my last Excel Tutorial, I covered using SUMIFS and SUMPRODUCT. Data Tables is also an advanced topic in Microsoft Excel that falls under the category of What-If Analysis. What-If or Sensitivity Analysis is carried out to study the variation of the output to changes in the input variable.