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Problem Solving with Excel
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This course explores Excel as a tool for solving business problems. In this course you will learn the basic functions of excel through guided demonstration. Each week you will build on your excel skills and be provided an opportunity to practice what you’ve learned. Finally, you will have a chance to put your knowledge to work in a final project. Please note, the content in this course was developed using a Windows version of Excel 2013.
This course was created by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP with an address at 300 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, 10017.
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- Data Cleansing
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Overview of excel.
In this module, you will learn the basics of Excel navigation and Excel basic functionality. You will learn how to navigate the basic Excel screen including using formulas, subtotals and text formatting. We will provide you an opportunity to perform a problem solving exercise using basic Excel skills. Note: We recommend viewing videos in full-screen mode by clicking the double arrow in the lower right hand corner of your screen.
vLookups and Data Cleansing
In this module you will learn about VLookup, value cleansing and text functions. We will also introduce you to PwC's perspective on the value in cleansing data and using the appropriate functions. Finally, we will provide you an opportunity to perform a problem solving exercise using VLookup, value cleansing and text function. Note: We recommend viewing videos in full-screen mode by clicking the double arrow in the lower right hand corner of your screen.
Logical Functions & Pivot Tables
In this module, you will learn about logical functions and pivot tables. We will show you how to create and use pivot tables to solve business problems. We will give you an opportunity to practice creating and using a pivot table to solve a business problem. Finally, we will share some insight on PwC’s perspectives on the impact of Excel on your career and work. Note: We recommend viewing videos in full-screen mode by clicking the double arrow in the lower right hand corner of your screen.
More Advanced Formulas
In this module you will learn more advanced Excel formulas. We will show you how to create statistical formulas, perform an index match, and lastly, build financial formulas. We will provide you with an opportunity to problem solve using statistical formulas. Finally, we will give you an opportunity to practice what you have learned through a final project. Note: We recommend viewing videos in full-screen mode by clicking the double arrow in the lower right hand corner of your screen.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM PROBLEM SOLVING WITH EXCEL
Some questions in the cumulative exercise should be phrased in a more "lay man" manner. I don't seem to understand the question(s) at times. Overall still a very good learning journey for me
Really useful training, lot's of meaningful functions (vlookup, index(match) & text functions).
Good to learn formulas in english too and get familiar with them (I was french Excel user).
Great course so far, learned a lot about how to use Excel functions to solve problems. However, the course may need an update on the missing videos and minor calculation errors in the workbooks.
This course was really informative and motivated the learner to practice everything practically. There was some audio problem in some of the lectures though which could be improved.
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Excel Formulas - Functions
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Excel Formulas: Functions
Lesson 5: functions.
A function is a predefined formula that performs calculations using specific values in a particular order. All spreadsheet programs include common functions that can be used for quickly finding the sum , average , count , maximum value , and minimum value for a range of cells. In order to use functions correctly, you'll need to understand the different parts of a function and how to create arguments to calculate values and cell references.
Watch the video below to learn more about using functions in Excel.
The parts of a function
In order to work correctly, a function must be written a specific way, which is called the syntax . The basic syntax for a function is an equals sign (=) , the function name (SUM, for example), and one or more arguments . Arguments contain the information you want to calculate. The function in the example below would add the values of the cell range A1:A20.
Working with arguments
Arguments can refer to both individual cells and cell ranges and must be enclosed within parentheses . You can include one argument or multiple arguments, depending on the syntax required for the function.
For example, the function =AVERAGE(B1:B9) would calculate the average of the values in the cell range B1:B9. This function contains only one argument.
Multiple arguments must be separated by a comma . For example, the function =SUM(A1:A3, C1:C2, E2) will add the values of all cells in the three arguments.
There are a variety of functions. Here are some of the most common functions you'll use:
- SUM : This function adds all the values of the cells in the argument.
- AVERAGE : This function determines the average of the values included in the argument. It calculates the sum of the cells and then divides that value by the number of cells in the argument.
- COUNT : This function counts the number of cells with numerical data in the argument. This function is useful for quickly counting items in a cell range.
- MAX : This function determines the highest cell value included in the argument.
- MIN : This function determines the lowest cell value included in the argument.
To use a function:
In our example below, we'll use a basic function to calculate the average price per unit for a list of recently ordered items using the AVERAGE function.
Your spreadsheet will not always tell you if your function contains an error, so it's up to you to check all of your functions. To learn how to do this, check out the Double-Check Your Formulas lesson.
Working with unfamiliar functions
If you want to learn how a function works, you can start typing that function in a blank cell to see what it does.
You can then type an open parenthesis to see what kind of arguments it needs.
Understanding nested functions
Whenever a formula contains a function, the function is generally calculated before any other operators, like multiplication and division. That's because the formula treats the entire function as a single value—before it can use that value in the formula, it needs to run the function. For example, in the formula below, the SUM function will be calculated before division:
Let's take a look at a more complicated example that uses multiple functions:
Here, we have two different functions working together: the WORKDAY function and the TODAY function. These are known as nested functions , since one function is placed, or nested , within the arguments of another. As a rule, the nested function is always calculated first , just like parentheses are performed first in the order of operations. In this example, the TODAY function will be calculated first, since it's nested within the WORKDAY function.
Other common functions
There are many other functions you can use to quickly calculate different things with your data. Learning how to use other functions will allow you to solve complex problems with your spreadsheets, and we'll be talking more about them throughout this tutorial. You can also check out our articles below to learn about specific functions:
- How to Use Excel's VLOOKUP Function
- How to Count Cells with COUNTA
- Use SUMPRODUCT to Calculate Weighted Averages
- CONCATENATE: Excel's Duct Tape
- Use the PROPER Function to Capitalize Names in Excel
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- 14 NPV & IRR (xls) - Explains Internal Rate of Return, compares projects, etc.
- 15 Real Rates (xls) - Demonstrates inflation and real rates of return.
- 16 Template (xls) - Template spreadsheet for project evaluation & capital budgeting.
- 17 Free Cash Flow (xls) - Cash flow worksheets - subsidized and unsubsidized.
- 18 Capital Structure (xls) - Spreadsheet for calculating optimal capital structures using different percents of debt.
- 19 WACC (xls) - Calculation of Weighted Average Cost of Capital using beta's for equity.
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