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n this chapter, we continue to look at the spreadsheet aspect of Excel and what we can do with it We have gone over F keys and ranges, but now we come to the true power of Excel: its ability, through preformatted formulas called functions, to do a whole host of calculations
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Functions allow you to do arithmetic and other operations very quickly and conveniently Excel has a list of functions that it offers, and you can see them by clicking on the icon that looks like fx on the formula bar (in versions earlier than XP, the fx is visible in the toolbar) This will display the full list of functions In XP you can also see the functions by clicking on the drop down arrow on the icon that looks like the Greek sigma ( ) and selecting More Functions There are some 230 functions in all, in 10 major classes, but you do not need to be familiar with all of them In fact, you can be quite good in Excel and in modeling by just knowing about 50 or so The list below presents the 36 functions that I would consider important to have in your basic repertoire The list that follows presents 18 others that would be helpful to know as part of a more advanced skill set
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Basic Functions to Know u Logical functions: IF, TRUE, FALSE, AND, OR Theses are functions that allow some measure of decision-making ability in your formulas u Math and trigonometry functions: INT, MOD, ROUND, SUM, SUMIF These are for working with numbers u Statistical functions: AVERAGE, COUNT, COUNTA, MIN, MAX These are for combinations of counting and summing u Lookup and reference functions: CHOOSE, HLOOKUP, INDEX, MATCH, OFFSET, VLOOKUP These are for ways of looking up data u Date and time functions: DATA, DAY, MONTH, NOW, YEAR These are for specifying dates and time intervals u Information functions: ISERROR, ISNUMBER, ISTEXT, ISBLANK These are for finding out different types of information in cells u Text functions LEFT, LEN, MID, RIGHT These are for working with text u Financial functions: IRR, NPV These are for calculating returns and net present value More Advanced Functions to Know u Math and trigonometry functions: ABS, CEILING, FLOOR, ROUNDUP, ROUNDDOWN, SUMIF, SUMPRODUCT u Statistical functions: COUNTIF u Lookup and reference functions: INDIRECT u Date and time functions: DAYS360 u Text functions LOWER, PROPER, TEXT, TRIM, UPPER, VALUE u Financial functions: XIRR, XNPV
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Anytime you use these functions, you will write them starting with an equal ( ) sign, followed by the name of the
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function you want to use, and then a set of parentheses Within the parentheses, you need to specify the types of information, called arguments, that the function needs Some functions, like NOW(), which returns the current time setting, do not need any arguments, but you will still need to type in the parentheses Others may need one, two, or more arguments Some take optional arguments You can enter them or leave them out Arguments can be:
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A cell or range reference, or multiple references: SUM(A1:A10) or SUM(A1:A10,A20,B30) A whole column: COUNT(A:A) A whole row: MAX(20:20) A range name: AVERAGE(Revenues) Another formula or expression: SUM(250/3, 12*345) Other functions: SUM(AVERAGE(C1:C10), AVERAGE(H1:H10) Optional with a marker: OFFSET(B1,0,2) or OFFSET(B1,,2) The space between the double commas is where the argument 0 has been left out Optional without a marker: HLOOKUP(D5,B2:B3,2) or HLOOKUP(D5,B2:B3,2,TRUE) Or any combination of the above
A time-saving note: When you enter an argument that is a range reference (eg, A1:A10), you can use the period () as the separator Excel will automatically convert that to the colon (:) In this way, you only have to press one key, rather than two (the Shift and semicolon keys to get to the colon)
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