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Intermediate structured finance modeling: leveraging excel, VBA, access, and powerpoint

By: Preinitz, William.
Contributor(s): Niedermaier, Matthew.
Series: Wiley Finance Series. Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey John Wiley & Sons 2011Description: xxxv, 995 p.ISBN: 9780470562390.Subject(s): Finance | Microsoft Visual basic | Finance - Computer simulation | Finance - Mathematical modelsDDC classification: 332.02855133 Summary: This book is written for financial analysts who have a working knowledge of Excel and VBA and who wish to enhance their marketability by improving their modeling expertise. The goal of the book is to broaden the reader’s VBA skills and at the same time to progressively integrate Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook into an existing model. Significant attention is also directed to the design and execution of an Excel/VBA interface employing detailed User Forms. In addition, the construction of various reports, first in Excel, then Access, and finally PowerPoint is undertaken. Regardless of your area of financial expertise, this book serves as an essential guide to mastering leveraging the effects of Microsoft products in whatever applications you choose to build.
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Includes index.

This book is written for financial analysts who have a working knowledge of Excel and VBA and who wish to enhance their marketability by improving their modeling expertise. The goal of the book is to broaden the reader’s VBA skills and at the same time to progressively integrate Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook into an existing model. Significant attention is also directed to the design and execution of an Excel/VBA interface employing detailed User Forms. In addition, the construction of various reports, first in Excel, then Access, and finally PowerPoint is undertaken. Regardless of your area of financial expertise, this book serves as an essential guide to mastering leveraging the effects of Microsoft products in whatever applications you choose to build.

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