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How to Make a Price range in Excel – Portion one

19 Jan How to Make a Price range in Excel – Portion one



This is aspect one/five in a series of step-by-step educational movies aimed to assistance the viewer learn how to produce a simple however versatile household price range for household use, w/ an emphasis on acquiring-out & being-out of financial debt. This series is a viewer-driven series: feedback, inquiries, and opinions are often welcome and employed to produce supplemental content.

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Q — “Why really don’t you just upload a template for us to download so we really don’t have to make the entire issue?”
A — This is my most generally gained concern. Allow me respond to it now. The motive I really don’t just upload a template is simply because I want buyers to be empowered. I want you to be educated and snug plenty of w/ Excel that you can adapt the price range to your life and the needs of your household, as at any time modifying as all those will be. I myself have adapted and adjusted my price range in dozens of methods considering that the preliminary output, and I want to make guaranteed buyers have the techniques to make individual diversifications based on their needs, ambitions, and individual preferences. If I just stated, “In this article, use this” then I would only be picking out a modest minority of the inhabitants who just transpire to have the exact same organizational and useful model as me, as nicely as all those whose circumstance and charges are related to my possess. I want to achieve out to quite a few additional than that modest percentage, and they also get Excel techniques which can be valuable in both individual and specialist configurations elsewhere in their life. Ideally this aids explain why I have not and will not publish this sheet as a template.

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46 Comments
  • How2Budget
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Good video. I like all the detail.

  • Inés HG
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    i have a question…can you use this format for a bimonthly income? or you have to make two charts for both halfs of the month?

  • MrButterFaceFilms
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    So far so good, but how do you format the cells to acquire the box??? I am watching this because I know NOTHING on EXCEL

  • Adam Zieman
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Great video but I am confused on (Allotment – Spent = Balance). What is the balance equivalent to in real life?

  • Hungry Kate Middleton
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    i seriously love americans. thank you <3

  • Julio Arce
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Thank you.

  • Nanci Cook
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    I would love to use this but the spreadsheet is all blurry and impossible to read!

  • jo sanders
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    To Fast

  • prasadlrp nukala
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    NICE THAN Q

  • stephen bone
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    hi abyssal the formula at the end confused me a bit when you switched the sums around you gained not lost 58 or am I missing something and how did you get the brackets in the gain loss at the end
    on the first sum I think it was correct and I deliberately done $1 more than my total start month it gave me a minus 1 not brackets is that right or is the second formula right? help please also how do you do the table inserts it makes it clearer to see with that

  • Daniel Lehmkuhl
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Great up to 7 minutes. You went to fast or forgot to show how you step by step create the table including the total income. Important to have that in there

  • Romeo's Sister
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    HI, thank you for this!

  • Robbie Penney
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    you said there are better programs out there, which ones?

  • Amir Sharifnia
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    What is the difference between Allotment and Soft Total? I thought the allotment is what you actually spent, and Soft Total is the budget of each, and balance left is obviously what's left of that budget. Please help :)

  • Raelynn Reed
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    video is great!! im having trouble with the autosum in the spent box. i have followed the process shown in the video but when i enter in more than 1 number in the soft total row the spent box shows only pound signs (#####). the allotment autosum went just fine and is showing the correct balance. do you have any advice for me?

  • Benita Karo
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    thank you

  • mahmoud naser
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    thank you >
    buy you should know many people have no idia about it watch you
    you should explain more about some things

  • Zhao Xian Kwong
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Hi, may I know how did you get the figures for Checking and Saving

  • eman al-yousef
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Hey
    How are you? I have example for excel budget can you explain to me how can solve if you don not mind let me know
    Thanks

  • pacluv
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Obviously your video is not for beginners. You go to fast jumping around without explaining how you did each cell. I'm a dummy and need to go step by step. But I like your spreadsheet with all the colors. I'll get there one day.

  • Lia Mayfield
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    the moment I saw tithing I was like ??????????????? yesssssssssss! love it!!!!!!!!!

  • Marcos Fields
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Great Video, Thank you!

  • Emil Ch
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    hi! great video I am happy I found what I was looking for. I have a question for you I was confused with Start and End Month where should I look for these sums? btw I don't have savings account only checking and how should I manage that portion of the tutorial?
    thank you.
    jika

  • Fred Owen
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Am I able to copy from one month to the next or do I have to 'rebuild' each month?

  • yamelis figueroa
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    you go too way fast without explain how to do the rows, etc

  • Deividas Mitinas
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Hi. How did you do that green box with the sides fading out, with the word 'YES' in it? Hope you understand what I mean :)

  • Moore Chiver
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Thank you for this…I have been looking for something like this!!!

  • Juliana Borges
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Thank you so much for this video. Definitely helped. I finished mine today, I was trying to find your video that shows how you formatted the spreadsheet with the colors. Which video contains that tutorial?

  • forza milanista
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Hi. What is Checking and Saving ? Please explain. Thanks :)

  • Annie E
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    You lost me right around 7:247:27; how did you format the table that shows total income?

  • Yvette Howard
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Abyssal, thank you for making this amazing video! I'm not computer savvy by any means, and yet I was able to follow this pretty well. I had to pause and go back several times because you are super fast…but it was more than worth it. Do you accept personal emails? I only ask because I need some one-on-one guidance, please. This was my first time ever working with Excel and I'm in desperate need of getting my budget sheet up and running yesterday:/ I have so many questions, still. I would be most grateful.

  • LadyJessy Queen
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! This is a wonderful simple instructive video that has helped me tremendously!!! i have never used excel for anything!! and I have been trying to write everything out but i always lose the paperwork….this is awesome!!!…my only question is i get paid bi weekly and I just want to know if you have a layout for that?…im playing catch up on everything since I was out of work for almost a year…any advice??

  • Ronald Setkoski II
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    I have a question. I have all my credit cards listed on my spreadsheet with other bills like my mortgage, car payment, cable, cell phone, pet food, etc. I use my cards to pay some of these bills. So when I pay money to my cell bill with a card, or buy pet food with a card, my spreadsheet shows two charges in a sense. Should I remove all the cards from the spreadsheet and put in the debt summary? How can I better account for money I spend to pay for certain things with cards and pay toward the cards?

  • alicia couture
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    how do you copy and paste the pull down category section? When I tried to copy and paste, the pull down section was missing.

  • Betty King
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    First, thank you for this video. I have been trying to put everything on paper and it has not worked. For some reason this works for me. Second, I'm having trouble with the last equation at the end of this video (gross/loss). I enter the equation but all I get is xxxxxx. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  • Alex Nicholson
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    thank you for making these videos. You've given me some great tips and I now have the know how to jazz up my current budgeting excel spreadsheet

  • natalie05
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    You're a total gem! Thanks for making these videos. I'm moving out in a few months and wanted to get all my expenses in order in an organized and comprehensible way. At first I got frustrated with my 'on paper' version, but this way made it so much easier. 🙂 Thanks a ton!

  • Peter Johnsen
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Thank you so much for posting these vids! I have a question. What do you mean by 'soft total' and 'balance left'? +Abyssal Spark

  • Maria Guzman
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Thank you for sharing this knowledge..

  • whereubein
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    This is pretty great. Thanks for making this video.  I look forward to the other parts to this series.

  • Toranisha
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Too fast I could hardly keep up

  • Carrie Quintana
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge of the excel spread sheet.  I use excel at work but not  to this extent, just the minimum of copy and paste, adding columns, and formatting sums.  This is just what I needed for my budgeting.  God Bless you.

  • Rachel Liebhart
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    I am working on this now! thank you-if I have any questions Ill go through the comments below and if I do not see a answer then be prepared!.. lol I'll just ask ya.

  • Island Rents
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    can you just put a link to a template?

  • Ron Berry
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    Why bother going step by step and have everybody reinvent the wheel just to use this spreadsheet. Can't you just provide a link to a spreadsheet that is already complete and let us customize it ourselves?

  • Samuel Wood
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 January

    being a young person getting their expenses in control after leaving home; this is a great help! thankyou 🙂