This Excel 2016 course for business users will show you how to make a waterfall chart (also known as bridge chart).
• A waterfall chart is a chart where you start from the left hand side and as you go to the right, your figures get broken down until you reach your end data point on the chart.
• They are very easy to read and clearly show your figures.
• We will focus on two variations of this chart - for business and personal use.
This course will walk you through using Excel 2016's waterfall chart feature along with some expert tips on how to make a perfect waterfall chart for your business/personal use.
This course assumes a beginners to intermediate level use of Excel. Support is given via the discussion forums and workbooks available on request.
I look forward to seeing you on the other side!
This section provides the Excel workbook materials needed to help you on the course.
Lecture explains what a waterfall chart is.
Lecture shows you how to make a personal expenses chart
Lecture shows you how to make a monthly expense/income chart
This lecture shows you a waterfall chart with 3 totals. An example using a simulated total revenue statement is given.
Wrap up lecture
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