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CFI Excel Book for Finance
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• Title: CFI Excel® Book for Finance
• Authors Corporate Finance Institute
• Publisher: CFI Education Inc.
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• eBook: PDF (206 pages)
• Language: English
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Book Description

This book walks through all the most important and useful Excel functionalities that will advance your career in financial services. From logical functions such as IFERROR to calculating the yield of a bond, CFI's Excel eBook provides you with numerous examples and key shortcuts! We hope you find this book useful in reaching your future goals.

It teaches practical Excel skills for effective finance operations and decision making that can help simplify the life of finance professionals. To achieve the objective of equipping readers with the necessary Excel skills, the functions have been re-grouped according to the work they are designed to perform.

In many cases, the average finance professional is unaware of the existence of these functions and ends up spending several hours performing tasks which could be completed in a few seconds.

• Step-by-step instruction on Excel's most useful functions
• Each function is illustrated by helpful, real-world examples
• Specialized functions are described in abbreviated form
• Includes Excel's must-know functions
About the Authors
• CFI is a world-leading provider of online financial analyst training programs. CFI's courses, programs, and certifications have been delivered to tens of thousands of individuals around the world to help them become world-class financial analysts.
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