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In this course, author Curt Frye shows how to perform a wide range of financial calculations quickly and easily using the many financial functions found in Excel 2010. The course details dozens of functions for evaluating cash flows; calculating depreciation; determining rates of return, bond coupon dates, and security durations; and more.
Thank you for working with me through Excel 2010: Financial Functions in Depth. I hope you have learned a lot and that you've learned about some capabilities that you might not have known Excel had. If you want to dealt further into financial analysis using Microsoft Excel, I want to point out three separate resources for you. The first is my Excel 2007: Financial Analysis course which is available here in the lynda.com Online Training Library. Even though the title says Excel 2007, it also applies to Excel 2010 and Excel 2003 and there are also two books that I would like to recommend.
The first is called Principles of Finance with Excel by Simon Benninga. It's a wonderfully complete reference. So, if you really want to get in depth into finance with Excel, that's a great way to go. The final resource I'd like to point out is the book Microsoft Excel 2010: Data Analysis and Business Modeling by Wayne L. Winston. That book has a broad variety of techniques that you can use for finance and for other business applications. Once again, thank you very much for your time and I hope you've had fun with Excel 2010: Financial Functions in Depth.
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