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The Transpose feature allows you to rotate data from columns to rows and vice versa from rows to columns without reentering any of the data.
Using range names in Excel allows you to quickly navigate to areas of your worksheet and makes formulas much easier to create.
When teaching financial accounting, faculty often discuss bonds payable and how to calculate the issue price of a bond. Consider teaching students to calculate the issue price by using the net present value function in Excel.
When teaching cost behavior in a managerial or cost accounting course, we explain that there are various methods a company can use to estimate its fixed and variable costs, including regression analysis. The next time you cover this topic, consider teaching students how to perform a simple linear regression analysis in Excel.
Advanced Filter allows you to generate a unique list of items and extract those items to another place in your worksheet or workbook.
When analyzing grades (especially for a large class) the COUNTIF function in Excel can be extremely helpful.
Learn about some of the assignments and activities that won AICPA Effective Learning Strategies Educator Awards this year.
Did you know that you can edit PDF documents in Microsoft Word? Simply open a PDF document in Word.
The AICPA and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) have launched the CPA Evolution Model Curriculum (CPAEMC), a recommended blueprint for an accounting program designed to help educators prepare graduates for the changing demands of the CPA profession.
The Camera tool is a handy function that allows you and your students to see how part of one spreadsheet changes in real time when you make changes to another.
Learn how to use Excel to quickly calculate basic descriptive statistics for a dataset, including mean, standard deviation, minimums, and maximums.
Excel’s Data Analysis ToolPak allows you to perform many advanced data analytics functions. Here’s how to enable it.
There are a number of different ways that you can display formulas in Excel. This can be useful when investigating why a certain formula isn’t working correctly or when grading your students’ worksheets to ensure they are using formulas correctly.
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VLOOKUP is a formula that allows you to “look up” certain data and retrieve it into another table, by row. This function can be especially useful when you have a well-structured table with information organized by rows (such as a gradebook)!
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When teaching depreciation in Introduction to Accounting, faculty always cover a variety of different depreciation methods, including straight-line depreciation. Next time you teach this topic, build your students’ Excel skills by showing them how to use the straight-line (SLN) function in Excel.
Highlight different letter grades with different colors so you can see at a glance how your students performed.
Simple to create, sparklines are tiny graphs that help you make sense of data at a glance.