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Question by kike
Submitted on 7/12/2003
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I need to create an amortization table on Excel. Does any one know how to do it? The table should have one column for the principal and one for the interest. I also need to be able to change monthly payments on specific months to see how that will affect the number of payments. Please take in consideration that the extra payments will be irregular on amount and on months. It will not be the same amount all the time. Thanks for your help.

Answer by TKD
Submitted on 8/20/2003
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Search for PPMT worksheet function in Excel's help file to set up your table.


Answer by shaggy
Submitted on 9/3/2003
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go to template
click on template
select loan amortization schedule


Answer by dances with dogs
Submitted on 6/7/2004
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If you don't have the template and you have a Mac, go to

(or go to http://www.microsoft.com/mac/
and search for "templates.")

to get the template you need.


Answer by Nathan
Submitted on 1/21/2006
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Look at this website: www.richmore.com/mortgage/excel/


Answer by Derrick
Submitted on 7/17/2007
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go to bankrate.com


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