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Default Excel Loan Repayment Schedule template.

I am unfamiliar with using Excel. I want to be able to print out a sheet to
keep track of bi-monthly loan repayments for period of time.

Is there help?

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Default Excel Loan Repayment Schedule template.

hi
since you mentions about templates in your subject header...
microsoft has a number of templates for all kinds of things
see there following link for templates home
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...CL100632981033
this link is a loan amortization schedule
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...197771033.aspx
if it is not to your liking you may have to hunt throught the templates home
to find one you your liking.

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FSt1
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I am unfamiliar with using Excel. I want to be able to print out a sheet to
keep track of bi-monthly loan repayments for period of time.

Is there help?

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Default Excel Loan Repayment Schedule template.

I have the template, as dense as I am I can't figure out how to use it. I
put appropriate info in the template spaces, but then I don't know what to
expect next. I am unable to enter anything in the field areas. I guess
maybe I don't know how to use Excel. Thanks for your help.

"FSt1" wrote:

hi
since you mentions about templates in your subject header...
microsoft has a number of templates for all kinds of things
see there following link for templates home
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...CL100632981033
this link is a loan amortization schedule
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...197771033.aspx
if it is not to your liking you may have to hunt throught the templates home
to find one you your liking.

Regards
FSt1
"stevegg" wrote:

I am unfamiliar with using Excel. I want to be able to print out a sheet to
keep track of bi-monthly loan repayments for period of time.

Is there help?

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Default Excel Loan Repayment Schedule template.

http://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplat...-payments.html

If that doesn't give you what you want, look he
http://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplates/

There are lots of FREE templates there!!


Regards,
Ryan---

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"stevegg" wrote:

I have the template, as dense as I am I can't figure out how to use it. I
put appropriate info in the template spaces, but then I don't know what to
expect next. I am unable to enter anything in the field areas. I guess
maybe I don't know how to use Excel. Thanks for your help.

"FSt1" wrote:

hi
since you mentions about templates in your subject header...
microsoft has a number of templates for all kinds of things
see there following link for templates home
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...CL100632981033
this link is a loan amortization schedule
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...197771033.aspx
if it is not to your liking you may have to hunt throught the templates home
to find one you your liking.

Regards
FSt1
"stevegg" wrote:

I am unfamiliar with using Excel. I want to be able to print out a sheet to
keep track of bi-monthly loan repayments for period of time.

Is there help?



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