ICAEW’s Excel Community has worked with a broad swathe of modelling organisations and experts, taking a half dozen methodologies and paring down to the commonly held, widely accepted beliefs about what constitutes good modelling.
There are now eight different suites of Excel online training available as part of your membership subscription – this is a major benefit. Improve your Excel capabilities and minimise spreadsheet risk.
Twenty principles for good spreadsheet practice aims to reduce spreadsheet errors and wasted time.
The framework is a structure for assessing ability and proficiency when using spreadsheets.
Features and articles
In the second part of this series, Simon Hurst continues to break down how data analysis expressions work.
David Lyford-Smith recaps the 20th annual European Spreadsheet Risk Interest Group conference in London.
Simon Hurst breaks down how data analysis expressions work and what they can achieve.
Data – how you get it and what you do with it – has been an important part of the accountant’s role since the beginning; but it is only now, with data exploding in volume, variety and velocity, that accountants can start to add serious value to their business and that of their clients. As the guide says, ‘data analytics can broadly be defined as the use of data to support business decisions’.
Blogs and discussions
Modern Excel – Text clean up Text formulas in Excel are difficult, Ever tried extracting the last name from a “full name” column, where some have double-barrelled names?
The Excel Tip of the Week shows you how to write in large swathes of formulas automatically using VBA.
Webinars and recordings
The webinar will showcase some of the latest test features in Excel for Office 365.
Providing a step-by-step guide demonstrating how to methodically transform any automatically generated report extract into usable data.
Archive of webinar recordings. Includes financial modelling, PivotTables, Power Query, Excel Tip of the Week Live and many more.
The introduction of the Power Query tools to Excel in Excel 2010 made it possible to fully automate a range of spreadsheet processes.
Finance in a Digital World
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The Library & Information Service provides a hand-picked collection of eBooks as a benefit of membership. If you are unable to access an eBook, please see our Help and support or contact email@example.com
A hands-on guide to using Excel in the business context. Contains step-by-step instructions of how to solve common business problems using financial models, including downloadable Excel templates, a list of shortcuts and tons of practical tips and techniques you can apply straight away.
A practical guide to financial modelling, demonstrating how to plan, design and build financial models.
A beginner's guide to financial modeling using Microsoft Excel.