A "what if" analysis occurs when a Microsoft Excel user changes the values of cells to see alterations of formulaic outcomes elsewhere on the worksheet. As of November 2014, three different types of "what if" analysis to... More »

Comparative analysis is a study that compares and contrasts two things: two life insurance policies, two sports figures, two presidents, etc. The study can be done to find the crucial differences between two very similar... More »

Pragmatic analysis is the study of what is intended by a speaker and how it is or should be interpreted by the listener. Pragmatics focuses on the meanings behind the words because people may say one thing but mean anoth... More »

While Microsoft Excel does not have a built-in function to find percentage increase between values, a user simply needs to enter the formula "=(B-A)/ABS(A)," where B is the baseline value, and A is the new value. The fun... More »

Find accounting worksheet templates for Microsoft Excel on Double-Entry-Bookkeeping.com and Vertex42.com as of 2015. Both websites allow visitors to download templates such as journals and budgets for free. More »

Completing statistical analysis in Microsoft Excel requires multiple steps, including getting the data into the program, activating the statistical analysis functions and determining the confidence interval. Excel includ... More »

Designing a work schedule in Microsoft Excel involves creating a table and inputting the appropriate values where necessary. It is also possible to use Excel to create a formula to display the total number of hours per w... More »