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EXCEL FOR AUDITORS: Audit Spreadsheets Using Excel 97 Through Excel 2007 (Excel for Professionals) Paperback – 1 Oct 2006
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Providing the tools and techniques necessary for finding errors and fraud in audits, this guide for auditors looking to better validate their Microsoft Excel spreadsheets provides techniques for performing a risk assessment and gathering spreadsheet and other data from company systems. Performing audit data analysis using data and analytical management functions and pinpointing the common errors in spreadsheets with focused Excel tests is discussed, as are the best practices for error and fraud prevention when developing spreadsheets. This reference is fully updated to reflect Excel 12.
About the Author
Dwayne K. Dowell has over 20 years of experience in accounting for public and private industries, and is the founder of Dwayne K. Dowell, PSC, a CPA firm located in Louisville, Kentucky. He is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, and Certified Internal Auditor, as well as a Certified QuickBooks Pro Advisor and Certified Intact Consultant. Bill Jelen is the principal of MrExcel.com and the author of Mr. Excel on Excel and Guerilla Data Analysis Using Microsoft Excel. He lives in Uniontown, Ohio.
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Having said that, beginners who are prepared to work through the book and try some of the examples for themselves, will undoubtedly find it rewarding.
The book covers many of the tools and functions that would be used to analyse or extract data and even the most experienced Excel users are likely to find something that they did not already know.
The book also offers an insight into what is to come in Excel 2007 with the examples covering Excel 97 through to Excel 2007.
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This book is intended for Auditors (but I bet you knew that from the title) who have at least a working knowledge of Excel. It then builds on that knowledge to discuss more advanced topics such as Transpose, VLOOKUP, sorting by color, and there's a great deal of information on all the things you can do with Pivot Tables.
This is not a large book, only a bit over a hundred pages, but it's pages are filled with information that will be particularly useful. It has several points where it shows the advantages of using the newest Excel 2007.