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
If you're here and reading this post, then you've probably been asked to calculate the Net Present Value of a set of cash flows in Excel. Over the next few posts, I'll walk you through Net Present Value (or NPV) as a concept and then go into the details of how to calculate this in… Continue reading What is NPV?
As part of my day job, I've spent a lot of time working with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint. Not only with 2010, but also with Excel 2003 and Excel 2007. And with any task or software, the more you use it, the more efficient you get with it. Below are two key tips that I have learnt and… Continue reading 2 Tips to become more efficient at Microsoft Excel
This is one very powerful and, in my opinion, less used feature of Microsoft Excel. Many of you are familiar with Paste Special, also popularly called Alt + E + S after the legacy Excel 2003 shortcut which still holds true to this day. Below is what the Paste Special window looks like. You can… Continue reading This amazing Excel shortcut will save you hours!