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What is an Excel add in?

An Excel add in is a software that enhances Microsoft Excel by giving it new features. The aim of an Excel add-in is to save you time by helping you avoid errors and do repetitive work automatically that would usually take you hours on your own. Essentially, they complement Excel’s existing functionality.

They are kind of alike apps that you can download for your smartphone. They do tasks that cannot be done by the stand alone Excel program. The add-ins are generally created by third parties, like users or businesses to create a capability that they feel Excel does not fulfil. For someone to successfully build an add-in, they will need to have coding skills and a good eye for UI so that the end product feels like a natural Excel capability. If you manage to find an add-in that possesses both a smooth user interface and the feeling of being a natural part of the program, you can do fantastic things within Excel.

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  • Michael G. Parham
    Hi I want to model a software company that is looking to make a few acquisitions together with a financial sponsor
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    • Business-Valuation.net
      Hi Michael, what is it that you want to achieve? a valuation, P&L, BS or cash flow output? There are probably no excel plugins that could do any of that for you automatically, but there are probably a few models out there that can help you. It would have to be customized depending on your input and what you want to achieve.
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      • Lance Rubin
        Hi Michael,

        Perhaps drop me a short email and happy to discuss next week. I have built a number of tech start up 3-way cash flow models.

        Email lance@modelcitizn.com
        Website www.modelcitizn.com
        Author here too on eloquens.

        Have a good weekend.

        Chat soon.
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        • Alexander Jarvis
          Hey Michael - Tim mentioned you need a hand. I worked in FIG M&A at Lazard in a former life and make hardcore startup models for fun (and custom for clients). You haven't shared much (stage and type of the companies matter). Think I made a roll-up model years ago- you basically aggregate companies with template P&Ls that feed into a central one. You can get as complicated as you want then depending if you are public (accretion/dilution), using debt etc...
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