The Pv Function: Overview This lesson shows you how to use the Pv function in Excel. Most of the functions that a lawyer needs to know assist them in business and financial computations. You can use these functions to help both the law firm as well as its clients.
The Fv Function: Overview The Fv function assists you in determining the future value of an investment based on periodic but constant payments with a constant interest rate. The future value is the total amount that a series of payments will be worth at a specified future time. For example, if you saved $100
The DROP Statement in SQL: Overview You use the DROP statement in SQL to delete created database objects. You can use the DROP statement in SQL to delete databases, tables and indexes. You can also use the DROP statement in SQL in conjunction with the ALTER TABLE statement to delete fields
NULL Values in SQL: Overview When creating tables in SQL, you will need to deal with NULL values in SQL. A NULL value is a value that is unknown. These values can occur within database tables when a user who is performing data entry skips entering a value into a field. When a value
The UPDATE Statement in SQL: Overview After you have data within the tables in your database, you will often need to update those records. SQL uses the UPDATE statement to update field data within specified records in a table. The core SQL of the UPDATE statement is shown below. Note that the “table_name” parameter
Add an Image to a Webpage in HTML5: Overview Images are a terrific way to add interest to your webpage and come in different forms such as photographs and graphics. There are many different file types used for images in webpages, the most common being JPEG, GIF and PNG. It is important to understand
The SELECT Statement in SQL: Overview You use the SELECT statement in SQL to choose specific records to view from a table, or from related tables, within a temporary table called a result set. We will start the examination of the SELECT statement by looking at the SELECT statement in its simplest form when