2022 Microsoft Formulas and Functions: A Simplified Guide With Examples on how to take advantage of built-in Excel Formulas and Functions - KING OF EXCEL

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2022 Microsoft Formulas and Functions: A Simplified Guide With Examples on how to take advantage of built-in Excel Formulas and Functions

by Kelvin Sibley
• Length: 111 pages
• Edition: 1
• Publication Date: 2021-04-26
• You can master the use of over 101 Microsoft Excel Formulas and Functions if you make the decision to purchase this book.

This guide is what should be called; a one-fit approach to understanding the basis of Excel formulas. This guide is useful especially for business owners, workers, and financial analysts who want to up their game with Excel, and use Excel formulas like a professional. The guide has been designed, equally, to suit the taste of individuals; who are not business inclined and who only want to learn about useful formulas in Excel. The book is replete with images and annotations to drive home the essence of each formula.

A snippet of what you will get in this book include:

• How to delete a formula but keep the result of the formula (for Windows users)
• Avoiding broken formula in Excel
• EXCEL FORMULA COMMONLY USED IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS
• MANIPULATING TEXTS WITH FORMULA
• How to use the TRIM Function in Excel
• How to use the FVSCHEDULE Function in Excel
• How to employ the ACCRINT Function in Excel
• How to use the CUMIPMT Function in Excel
• How to use the FV Function in Excel
• How to use the IPMT Function in Excel
• How to use the NPER Function in Excel
• How to use the PDURATION Function in Excel
• How to use VLOOKUP in Excel
• How to use the CELL function in Excel
• How to use the Excel ISBLANK Function
• How to use the ISERROR Excel Function
• How to deploy the ISEVEN Function in Excel
• How to create conditional formatting
• How to deploy the ISTEXT Function in Excel
• How to use the TYPE Function in Excel
• How to employ the AND Function in Excel
• How to use the NOT Function in Excel
• Calculating Gross Profit Margin and Gross Profit Margin
• Calculating the EBIT and EBITDA
• Calculating Cost of Goods Sold
• Calculating Return on Assets
• Calculating Break Even
• Calculating Customer Churn