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Advanced Financial MS Excel Training Course

Advanced Financial MS Excel Training Course in Ajman

This course shows you how to perform essential accounting tasks in Excel, including small business and corporate record-keeping and importing and exporting data. The course is for working professionals and business students alike, with short, focused lessons to give you maximum learning in the minimum amount of time. Become a better accountant, bookkeeper, or financial analyst with Microsoft Excel. Excel can be used for profit-and-loss (P&L) reporting, forecasting sales, business valuation, quickly analyzing data from programs.

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Financial models are designed into Excel to predict a company's, project’s, or investment's financial output. Financial modeling is the process of creating mathematical models based on Excel of a company's real-world financial and operational situation. A financial model's goal is to predict future performance of a financial asset, portfolio, business, project, or any other type of financial investment. For accountants, learning Microsoft Excel is a must-have expertise and a gateway to their professional advancement. Here's how learning how to use Excel will help you advance in your career.


Who this course is for:
• Accountants
• Working professionals
• Business students

What you’ll learn:
• Analytic Techniques for Business Specialization
• Proper Bookkeeping technique

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Course Overview

    1: Using Lists in Excel
  • 1.01 Defining a List
  • 1.02 Sorting Lists
  • 1.03 Filtering Lists AutoFiltering Excel Lists
  • 1.04 Managing a List
  • 1.05 Using the Data Form
  • 2: Pivot Tables
  • 2.01 The Purpose of Pivot Tables
  • 2.02 Getting Data Summaries
  • 2.03 Building Pivot Tables
  • 2.04 Too Much Information: The Data Cache
  • 2.05 Using Named Ranges as Data Sources
  • 3: Common Sizing Using Worksheets
  • 3.01 The Rationale for Common Sizing
  • 3.02 Common Sizing Income Statements
  • 3.03 Other Uses of Common Sizing
  • 4: Charting
  • 4.01 Why Charts?
  • 4.02 Charts that Show Time Series
  • 4.03 Copying Worksheets
  • 4.04 Budget Variances Over Time
  • 5: Tools for Accountants
  • 5.01 What Tools do Accountants Need?
  • 5.02 Built-in Lists
  • 5.03 Building Custom Lists
  • 5.04 Using the Macro Recorder
  • 5.05 Using Keyboard Shortcuts
    6: Scenarios In Excel
  • 6.01 About Scenarios
  • 6.02 Defining an Implicit Intersection
  • 6.03 Fix Number Fields
  • 6.04 More Help from the Scenario Manager
  • 6.05 Grinding It Out with Goal Seek and Solver
  • 6.06 Wrapping Up Scenarios
  • 7: Payment Functions
  • 7.01 About Functions
  • 7.02 Payment Functions
  • 8: Excel's Depreciation Functions
  • 8.01 Family of Depreciation Functions
  • 8.02 SLN Function
  • 8.03 Accelerated Depreciation
  • 9: Excel and QuickBooks
  • 9.01 About IIF Import Files
  • 9.02 Format of an IIF File
  • 9.03 Exporting Data into an IIF File
  • 9.04 Creating Multiple Lists in One IIF File
  • 9.05 Importing an IIF File
  • 9.06 IIF File Keywords for Lists
  • 9.07 Profile Lists Import Files
  • 9.08 Standard Lists Import Files
  • 9.09 Summary of List Headers
  • 9.10 Updating Lists with Excel Import Files
  • 9.11 Importing Adjusting Entries
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