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In Excel 2007: Creating Business Budgets Curt Frye shows business owners and managers how to use Excel to create useful budgets that help them manage resources prudently. The course demonstrates how to use Excel spreadsheets to track cash on hand, and how to project income and expenses based on scenarios. It also shows how to take information from various sources to create a single Excel table, and then use PivotTables to analyze that data. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi, I am Curt Frye. Welcome to Excel 2007: Creating Business Budgets. In this course, I'll show you how to create and analyze budgets using Microsoft Excel. I'll begin by showing you how to track your cash flow using an Excel table. Then I'll demonstrate how to calculate payments for a fully amortized loan. I'll also show you how to determine the interest component of a loan payment and to calculate the maximum amount you may borrow, given a desired monthly payment. We'll enhance your ability to analyze your budgets by showing you how to read financial statements, design worksheets to assist managerial decision-making, and summarize financial information using charts.
I'll show you how to create a summary budget worksheet, analyze budget data by creating a PivotTable, create projected budgets and build scenarios to analyze potential outcomes that could affect your budgets. In short, I'll show you how to manage your businesses budgets using Excel financial capabilities. Let's get started with Excel 2007: Creating Business Budgets.
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