'Thomson Reuters Eikon - Microsoft Office' is a suite of add-ins for Microsoft applications. It is primarily focused on Excel, and includes some presentation tools for Word and Powerpoint. Follow this eLearning for an introduction to data retrieval in Excel, and to discover some other features more and tools. Continue your study of the add-in using the 'Core Excel Skills' course or dive straight into the task and functionality based tutorials.
Get an overview of the core data retrieval capabilities of the Microsoft Office add-in. Discover various methods for building and editing data retrieval functions in Excel. Find out about the range of content sets available.
Get an overview of the core capabilities of the Microsoft Office add-in. See how it interacts with Eikon desktop, tap into the advanced financial function library, and find tools for charting, contribution, and more. For complex tasks, discover APIs for automated data retrieval and processing.
Get an overview of the extended capabilities of the Microsoft Office add-in. Link Excel to Word and PowerPoint using the Linking and Presentation Tools apps. Access new datasets and tools using the Deal Analytics app. Become more productive with Eikon shortcuts, Eikon trace, and Eikon auto-color.
Get an overview of the resources that will allow you to get the most from the Microsoft Office add-in. Discover several ways to access pre-built templates, on-line help, and the OnDemand training curriculum.
The Formula Builder is a powerful interface for creating and editing real-time, fundamental, and historical data retrieval functions in Excel. In this short presentation, you will learn how to use the Formula Builder to specify instruments and data items, set parameters and display options, more and switch between Real Time & Fundamental and Times Series modes. (Level: Basic)
The Eikon for Excel Template Library gives you access to a wide range of prebuilt workbooks. Learn how to search for relevant templates and discover the ‘How-To’ templates designed as a learning resource to help you use the add-in and the content sets accessible from it.
Contact the Thomson Reuters Financial Modelling & Conversion (FMC) Team to request new financial models in Excel, or to get existing files migrated. Find out how in this short video.