Udemy – Excel: What If Analysis with Buttons, Scenarios & Goal Seek [100% off]
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What-If Analysis enables users to strategize decision making based data involving multiple variables. This section focuses on What If Analysis:
- Using Form Control Buttons from Developer Tab (Spin Bar, Scroll Bar)
- Limitations of Spin Bar, Scroll Bar
- Scenario Managers – to be updated
- Goal Seek for back calculating answers
- Data Tables Basics (Sensitivity Analysis) – 2 Inputs & 1 Output
- Data Tables Basics (Sensitivity Analysis) – with PMT for Loan EMI
- Data Tables Basics (Sensitivity Analysis) – 2 Inputs & multiple Output – Question
- Data Tables Basics (Sensitivity Analysis) – 2 Inputs & multiple Output – Answer
- Ancillary tricks – Conditional Formatting, INDIRECT(), Making text invisible
We have 9 videos of duration 45 mins. Through practical examples, You’ll learn Ninja level application on Excel: What If Analysis with Buttons, Scenarios, Goal Seek.
Your Question – Why should I take this mini-course on Excel?
Our Response – Quite often, you are required to prepare dashboards to exhibit what if analysis and scenarios. We combine the power of in built features of Excel on “What If Analysis” along with special functions such as INDIRECT(), techniques such as Scroll Bar, Conditional Formatting to make the output report more dynamic.
E.g. Using INDIRECT() and range naming, making 1-output variable data table in multi-output variable report.
Your Question – So will I learn Pivot table, Vlookup, Sort & Filter?
Our Response – No. This course covers Excel: What If Analysis with Buttons, Scenarios, Goal Seek.
“The courses are really helpful whether in terms of saving time, improving your presentation skills or getting to learn new features. The videos give you the feeling of one to one attention. Moreover, their constant attachment by emailing new tricks is highly appreciating. #thankyouteamyoda” by Arundhati Raychaudhuri, Finance Professional, India
Important information before you join:
- Once enrolled, you have unlimited, lifetime access to the course!
- You will have instant and free access to any updates I’ll add to the course.
- I will give you my full support regarding any issues or suggestions related to the course.
- Guided practice worksheets included for immediate practice
- Access to all videos 24 x 7 – learn online from anywhere
- A 30-day money back guarantee (we want you to be 100% satisfied)
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