Microsoft Excel for Accountants 'part 3': MS Excel for Accountants (Paperback)
The content of the book is designed to be useful for people who have previously used earlier versions of Excel and for people who are discovering Excel for the first time, and the Excel version used in this book is Excel 2016. In other words, this book will boost your proficiency in using Excel and also help you to understand Windows, the operating system in which Excel runs to enable you to manage files properly and also to control your printers. The book also describes the analysis of financial data and figures, summarizing the raw data into the alternative perspective of the same source information. Taking up a profession as an accountant, you will need to have a detailed understanding of how to interpret figures and also how to communicate these to the non-financial members of the management team where you work. This book further broadens your knowledge about the 'new' information discovered. This book is designed to teach and equip you with the necessary Excel skills that will help you become a professional spreadsheet user.The book is split into five sections so that it can be easily accessible, they are: Section One: VisualizationIn this section, we are going to look at the VBA Control Centre and learn a bit about how to use it, we will also learn how to build a VBA control center from scratch. We will also look at an alternative to the VBA Control Center which is Excel Reporting Dashboard. We will create a basic Excel Reporting Dashboard from our available Data Table, PivotTable, and charts created in Part 2 of this book for us to introduce the topic. In Section Four and Five, we will create a unique and mind-blowing Dashboard. Section Two: The 'What If' ModelThis section begins with a sales and production meeting for us to collect the historical pricing data that we need. We will also look at how to build and analyze the 'What If' Model based on the historical data that we have gotten. And we will end this chapter with how to hyperlink between PowerPoint and Excel, we will also see how awesome it is to run the program after hyperlinking.Section Three: ConsolidationsThis section reviews and explains the concept of consolidation from a broader point of view, identifying and explaining a confusing phenomenon between normal excel consolidation and consolidation of accounts.Section Four: Management MeetingThis section focuses on how to present our dashboard efficiently and effectively so that it will be able to capture the required information that we need in our finance and marketing meeting. This section ends with how to create a professional or an advanced excel dashboard with the use of formulas, data validation, sparklines, etc. In Section Five, we will look at how to create a very colorful dashboard with the use of tables, charts, etc.Section Five: Final MeetingThis section analyses and broaden our knowledge of how to create a very colorful dashboard with conditional formatting and the use of charts. It will also give you an idea of how to use sparklines and it will teach you how to locate the magic camera in excel. Lastly, this section ends with an executive meeting, where we will present our financial performance dashboard. The audio video recording for this book can be found at https: //www.udemy.com/courses/search/?q=Microsoft%20Excel%20for%20accountants&src=sac&kw=microsoft%20excel%20for%20accountants.