Financial Analysis with Microsoft

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 Financial Analysis with Microsoft? Excel?

SIXTH EDITION

Timothy R. Mayes

Metropolitan State College of Denver

Todd M. Shank

University of South Florida ? St. Petersburg

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Contents

CHAPTER 1

Introduction to Excel 2010 1

Spreadsheet Uses 2 Starting Microsoft Excel 2 Parts of the Excel Screen 3

The File Tab and Quick Access Toolbar 3 The Home Tab 4 The Formula Bar 6 The Worksheet Area 6 Sheet Tabs 7 Status Bar 7 Navigating the Worksheet 8 Selecting a Range of Cells 9 Using Defined Names 10 Entering Text and Numbers 11 Formatting and Alignment Options 11 Formatting Numbers 13 Adding Borders and Shading 14 Entering Formulas 15 Copying and Moving Formulas 17 Mathematical Operators 19 Parentheses and the Order of Operations 19

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Contents

Using Excel's Built-In Functions 21 Using the Insert Function Dialog Box 22 New "Dot Functions" in Excel 2010 24 Using User-defined Functions 25

Creating Graphics 27 Creating Charts in a Chart Sheet 27 Creating Embedded Charts 28 Formatting Charts 29 Changing the Chart Type 31 Creating Sparkline Charts 33

Printing 34 Saving and Opening Files 35

Saving Worksheets for the Internet 35 Using Excel with Other Applications 36 Quitting Excel 36 Best Practices for Spreadsheet Models 37 Summary 38 Problems 39 Internet Exercise 42

CHAPTER 2

The Basic Financial Statements 43

The Income Statement 44 Building an Income Statement in Excel 44

The Balance Sheet 49 Building a Balance Sheet in Excel 49

Improving Readability: Custom Number Formats 51 Common-Size Financial Statements 54

Creating Common-Size Income Statements 54 Creating a Common-Size Balance Sheet 56 Building a Statement of Cash Flows 57 Using Excel's Outliner 62 Summary 64 Problems 65 Internet Exercise 67

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