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Tips & Tricks for Excel-Based Financial Modeling, Volume II by M.A. Mian

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CHAPTER 3

Presenting Information Using Charts

Visual presentation of our work is extremely important. As per the popular saying “picture is worth a thousand words,” that is, we can condense lot of useful information in clear and meaningful charts to convey our message. Remember that management does not have time to go over your worksheets with hundreds of rows and hundreds of columns and spread over probably 20 worksheets. Management is normally interested to see the bottom-line results that they can use for decision making. This objective can be very easily achieved in pictorial presentation (charts and to-the-point bullet points in our presentations).

Most Excel users are very familiar with the basic charting of data. Here we will go over some ...

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