Excel basics. Formulas, Functions and more FUN!

Warrick Klimaytys, Computer Technician

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6 Videos (25m)
    • Mortgages part 1 skills

      5:45
    • Mortgages 2 skillshare

      2:13
    • Mortgages 3 skillshare

      2:05
    • Motgages skillshare 4

      3:10
    • Mortgages skillshare 5

      6:17
    • Mortgages skillshare 6

      5:19

About This Class

Hi,
Did you know that 750 million people have Excel installed on their computer but most do not know how to use it.


But in this course I will talk you through building a basic spreadsheet based on Mortgage repayments (Something on most peoples minds.....or eventually will be). I will demonstrate the PMT function (Payment function) to find the exact payments that should be made on a specific mortgage (Or Mortgage of your choice). Then later in the course I will delve into the world of interest when I will show you the IPMT function (Interest payment). Whooooohooooo! 


Let's just say that mortgages can be a little stressful at best, but let Excel do all of the work in this course. Just follow along throughout my lectures and learn some fantastic features and functions that you will never be able to live without, in this world that revolves around CREDIT!


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Warrick Klimaytys

Computer Technician

Hi! My name is Warrick. After qualifying and spending many years with all kinds of computers in many different situations all around the world, I thought it would be a fantastic opportunity to share my knowledge and skills with the Skillshare community.

Around  a decade ago I started my professional life in the military where I had experience with all kinds of computers and machines. Today I could be referred to as just a Microsoft "Windows Warrior". As a result of my past experience, I find it is best to deliver my lessons in bite sized chunks and though I try and stay one step ahead of Technology, I find it is always best to walk side by side with my students.