The VLOOKUP function has wide utility and is one of the most important functions in Excel. This function has many aspects that I will try to explain in simple language for the better understanding of the beginners in Excel 😊
The payback period is the time in which your initial investment is expected to be recovered from the cash inflows that the investment will generate in future or the coming years.
There are times when we want to protect Excel sheet while sending the information to other department or within the department, as we don’t want anybody to disturb (change, edit, delete) the information present in the sheet.
Excel has made the task quite easy for all of us. It is often difficult to find the duplicate values from the list manually and it is a very time-consuming process. Excel can do this task very effectively and efficiently and that too very fast.
The COUNT IF function in Excel is used to count those cells within the given range with the specific condition. In this article, we will see the usefulness and the versatility of the COUNTIF function.
If you are looking for a function in the Excel which gives you the desired answer when the condition is met or TRUE and returns another value when the condition is FALSE. The IF Function is such function which helps you in making the logical decisions. It gives you two results one your value is True and when your value is False.
The Excel is a very powerful tool which every entrepreneur must use for the evaluation and the feasibility of the projects. In today’s post, I will discuss the Internal Rate of Return or in the short form, the IRR.
The compound interest is the interest on the principal amount which is added back to the principal to calculate the interest for the next period. The process of adding the interest of the previous period to the principal continues till the maturity.