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Imagine you wanted to use a formula to reference tab names in your Excel model. Perhaps the context is creating a contents page in your Excel financial model. Here we’ve got a formula you can copy that will reference the active sheet tab name in a specific cell... Excel shortcuts are great. With practise they help you automate what you’re doing with your modelling. With time you can get to the point where it feels like you’re doing two things at once. Using a shortcut to do something (almost) automatically, plus... Here’s a trick that will help you navigate more quickly around a big spreadsheet. Hide the columns out to the right. Hide the spare rows beyond the bottom. That means you will be able to use “Ctrl” and your arrows to jump quickly around your model.... Home > Course > Financial modelling July Find out more about thefinancial modelling course This modelling training course is designed as a first program for people who would like an opportunity to practise and improve their ability to... If you’re ever lucky enough to go walking in the Swiss mountains something may strike you about the tidiness of the woodpiles outside the pretty log cabins. They’re all very neat. They’re (probably) the most beautifully-stacked woodpiles in the... We questioned Marwa Hammam, Executive Director of the Master of Finance programme at Cambridge University’s Judge Business School: “What are your students using as alternatives to Excel?”. It turns out that “Not much” is the answer. Some students on some programmes... Page 1 of 9812345...102030...»Last »