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Microsoft Access Expert 30
By Richard Rost     6 years ago

Access Expert 30 is Part 6 of our Comprehensive Guide to Access Functions. Today's class focuses on Financial Functions. Even if you are not a financial professional, you will find the topics in today's class of interest. Anyone who has a home mortgage or an auto loan will benefit from these lessons. You will learn all of the popular financial functions, how simple and compound interest work, how to calculate a monthly loan payment, and lots more. Topics include:

- Financial Functions
- Simple v. Compound Interest
- Loan Payment Calculator: PMT
- Find Future Value of an Investment: FV
- Calculate Return On Investment: RATE
- Years Until I'm a Millionaire: NPER
- How Much Home Can I Afford: PV
- Saving For Kids College Fund Calculator
- Loan Amortization Basics
- Calculating Principal and Interest Parts

Click here for more information on Access Expert Level 30, including a course outline, sample videos, and more. This course was recorded using Access 2013, but most of the functions covered are valid for all versions of Access. This class follows Expert Level 29. The next class in the series is Expert Level 31.

Thomas Szypulinski
5 years ago
Hello Mr. Rost,
I like to begin with congratulating you on the great learning software and hope that it will continue to grow and cover many great subjects. English is my second language and with that I find your classes very user friendly and understandable. I have 2 questions that I couldn't find answers for on my own:
Stephen Petersen
5 years ago
How do I calculate NPV in a query?  I have been calculating FV of year1, then year2, then year3 etc and than adding up the values.  However, if the number of years is a variable, then it doesn't work.
Can you provide a query example of how to use NPV Upload Images   Link
Stephen P
6 years ago
This is still confusing to me.  What would the NPV calculation look like if the initial investment was 10,000 and increased by 2.25% over the next 5 years?

Can you provide a query example of how to use NPV Upload Images   Link
Stephen Petersen
6 years ago
Can you provide a query example of how to use NPV.  I am creating a database of potential capital projects, some of which have multiple years and I want to calculate the NVP of the capital cost and fuel ect when I have the staring values
John Newton
6 years ago
Hello, I have a question regarding adding records to a sub-form.  I have completed course 1-30 and all beginner courses.

Ex; I have tables, queries, forms and sub-forms;

Main tables;  DriverT with Fields like: DriverID, Fname, Lname, etc.
6 years ago
HI Brother Richard,
Thanks for your initiative to teach us the msaccess. I know very little about this program. Recently i am trying to built a invoice for my small company but the local ppl is asking huge amount of payment. That's why i search over google to get tutorial to make a Invoicing and Quotation Billing Application for my company. There i hv found you today. I really impressed to show ur video. I still dnt have any idea tht i will able to complete or not but i must try on it. Sorry for huge writing.. Thanks for the tutorials.. Allah bless you.
Guillermo P
6 years ago
I am trying to find where to start the Lever 2 Access training and can not find it. Help?

Guillermo what was the last course you took?

B2 or E2