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Use the Insert Function dialog and the PMT function:

Lesson 3-3 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills (0 Video Lessons)
Use the Insert Function dialog and the PMT function
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills
Session: Session 3: Advanced Functions
Lesson: Lesson 3-3 Use the Insert Function dialog and the PMT function Create an Excel PMT function using the Insert Function Dialog Excel 2016 Expert Skills video Lesson 3-3 screen thumbnail
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Create an Excel PMT function the easy way using the Insert Function Dialog. In this video lesson you'll use the Excel PMT function to calculate repayments on a loan. As well as showing how the PMT function works, this lesson also fully explains the concepts behind the Interest Rate, Number of Periods, Present Value, Future Value and Loan Type that are needed to calculate repayments. These correspond to the Rate, Nper, Pv, Fv and Type arguments.