## How to calculate compound interest in Excel: daily, monthly, yearly compounding

How to use the compound interest formula in Excel and gives examples of how to calculate the future value of an investment with yearly, monthly, or daily interest. It also shows you step-by-step how to make your own Excel compound interest calculator.

## Index Match in Excel

Index Match in Excel are powerful tools for advanced lookups. They’re popular because they’re incredibly flexible. You can use them to search horizontally or vertically, perform two-way searches, find values to the left of your search criteria, handle case-sensitive searches, and even search using multiple conditions. If you want to improve your Excel skills, mastering INDEX and MATCH is essential. Below, you’ll find numerous examples to help you grasp how they function.

## Merge Cells in Excel (Step by Step Guide)

Merge Cells in Excel Merge cells is to combine multiple cells into one cell which can further be used for giving title to the report or header to the column. It helps to create clean…

## Excel Function – WEEKNUM Function

https://youtu.be/HmJL_y93pAs WEEKNUM function helps to calculate the week number of the given date in a year. It considers 1st January as first week by default and through the output for the given input date. Syntax:…

## Excel Function Replace

Excel Function REPLACE REPLACE function is used to replace the existing text from a specific location in a cell to New Text. REPLACE Function has argument four arguments i.e. old_text, start_num, num_chars and new_text. We need to give the…

## EXCEL FUNCTION – SMALL

SMALL function is used to get the Smallest k-th value from the range.
SMALL Function has two required arguments i.e. array, and k

## EXCEL LARGE FUNCTION

LARGE function is used to get the Largest k-th value from the range.
LARGE Function has two required arguments i.e. array, and k

## EXCEL FUNCTION – COUNTBLANK

COUNTBLANK function is used to get the total count of Blank or Empty cell in range.
COUNTBLANK Function has one required argument i.e. range.

## EXCL FUNCTION – COUNTA

COUNTA function is used to get the total count of Any-value or Non-Blanks in range. COUNTA Function has one required and optional argument: value1, value2

## EXCEL FUNCTION – COUNT

COUNT function is used to get the total count of Number values in range or list.COUNT Function has one required and optional arguments.

## EXCEL FUNCTION – AVERAGEIFS

AVERAGEIFS function is used to get the “average” of values for matching criteria across range. Average = Sum of all values / number of items.

## EXCEL FUNCTION – AVERAGEIF

AVERAGEIF function is used to get the “average” of values for matching criteria across range. Average = Sum of all values / number of items.

## EXCEL FUNCTION – AVERAGE

AVERAGE function is used to get the average of numbers. Function applies formula i.e. average = Sum of all values / (Divided by) number of items.

## EXCEL FUNCTION – RANK

RANK function performs the Ranking in a range or list of numbers. Function returns the rank position and can assigned as highest or lowest value as 1st Rank

## EXCEL FUNCTION – SUMPRODUCT

SUMPRODUCT function performs multiplication of numbers within arrays and then sum the values SUMPRODUCT function has array1, 2.. arguments.

## EXCEL FUNCTION – ROUND

ROUND function rounds the number value to nearest digit mentioned in argument.

ROUND function has two required arguments i.e. number and num_digits

## EXCEL FUNCTION – MATCH

MATCH function performs lookup for a value in a range and returns its position sequence number as output. It has two required and one optional arguments

## EXCEL FUNCTION – MIN

MIN function is used to get the smallest number in range or list of values.MIN function has one required i.e. number1 and optional argument i.e. [number2]

## EXCEL FUNCTION – MAX

MAX function is used to get the largest number in range or list of values. MAX function has one required argument i.e. number1

## EXCEL FUNCTION – MOD

MOD function is used to get the remainder of number that is divided by divisor. MOD Function has two required arguments i.e. number and divisor.

## EXCEL FUNCTION – INT

INT function is used to round down the numeric value to nearest integer. INT Function has one required argument i.e. number.