Pivot Tables Turn On Financial Modeling
Consultant David Carter's latest tutorial shows accountants how they can make the most of the spreadsheets used in financial modelling and "What if" analysis by applying the power of the pivot table to produce reliable and trustworthy results.
Carter's latest work, which follows in a long line of the ever-popular pivot table tutorials, is easy to follow and brings noticeable rewards. With it, accountants can manage sizeable spreadsheets for modelling and What if's with the minimum of effort. Follow David Carter’s tutorial to see how easy it really is!
* More of David Carter's work can be found in AccountingWEB's Expert Guides section.
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