### Step 1: Create a Table

We need to create a balance sheet table. The table can be like the following, which includes columns Category, Debit, Credit, Balance, and Cr/Dr. In the Category, we will define the type of our input, which will help to separate debit and credit.

Make a Profit & Loss Balance Sheet table.

Add an extra table for the Category Name and Category Type.

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### Step 2: Provide Category and Checking Type in the Balance Sheet

In the table, provide the Category first. Sales are income for the business, and purchases and bills are expenses. Cash in hand and bank balance are assets for the business. Accounts payable and capital amount are liabilities. We categorized them accordingly.

- Enter the following formula in the 1st cell of column
**Cr/Dr:**

`=VLOOKUP(C5,$L$5:$M$8,2,FALSE)`

Here, **VLOOKUP **is an Excel function,

**C5 **is the lookup value,

**$L$5:$M$8 **is the table array,

**2 **is the column index number and

FALSE is a range lookup for an exact match.

- Press
**ENTER**and use the**Fill Handle**to copy the formula in the cells below.

We can see the debit or credit type for each category.

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### Step 3: Put the Input into Fields

Credit is money flowing out of the account, so we inserted Income and Liability in the Credit column. In contrast, Expense and Asset are inserted in the Debit column because debit means money flowing into the account.

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### Step 4: Calculate and Verify Balance

Calculate and verify our balance.

We want the sum of debits below the Debit column in cell D17.

Enter the following formula in the cell:

`=SUM(D5:D16)`

Press **ENTER **and use the **Fill Handle **to copy the formula to the cell beside.

We can see the sum of all debits and credits in the bottom cells, which match.

We will make the balance for each input.

- Enter the following formula into the 1st cell of the column
**Balance:**

`=IF(B5="Cr",E5-D5,D5-E5)`

Here, **IF **is an Excel function,

**B5=”Cr” **is the criteria,**Â **

**E5-D5 **is the result if the criteria match,

**D5-E5 **is the result if the criteria donâ€™t match.

- Press
**ENTER**and use**Fill Handle**to copy the formula in the cells below.

We can see the balance for each input. Credit is shown as a negative value, and Debit as a positive value.

### Step 5: Split the Summary of the Balance

Calculate profit and loss, as well as assetÂ and liability.

- Select the cell where we want to see the total income. In our case, the cell is
**J5**. - Enter the following formula there:

`=SUMIF($C$5:$C$16,"Income",E5:E16)-SUMIF($C$5:$C$16,"Income",D5:D16)`

Here, we have taken the subtraction value of the 2 **SUMIF **function.

**$C$5:$C$16 **is the criteria range,

**“Income” **is the criteria

**E5:E16 **is the sum range.

- Press
**ENTER**.

We can see the total income.

Calculate the total expense.

- Select the cell to display the result. In our case, cell J11.
- Enter the following formula in the cell.

`=SUMIF($C$5:$C$16,"Expense",D5:D16)-SUMIF($C$5:$C$16,"Expense",E5:E16)`

Here, we used the subtraction value from 2 **SUMIF **functions.

**$C$5:$C$16 **is the criteria range,

**“Expense” **is the criteria

**D5:D16 **is the sum range.

- Press
**ENTER**.

We can see the total expense now.

- Calculate the net profit.
- Select the cell and enter the following formula:

`=J5-J6`

Here, we have used the subtraction value of 2 cells **J5 **and **J6**.

- Press
**ENTER**.

We can see the net profit or loss.

- Calculate total assets and total liabilities.
- Select the desired cell. In our case, cell
**J11**. - Enter the following formula there:

`=SUMIF(C5:$C$16,"Asset",D5:D16)-SUMIF(C5:$C$16,"Asset",E5:E16)`

The formula is similar to the formula used previously.

- Press
**ENTER**.

We can see the total assets in the cell.

- Calculate the total liabilities.
- Select the desired cell and enter the following formula:

`=SUMIF($C$5:$C$16,"Liability",E5:E16)-SUMIF($C$5:$C$16,"Liability",D5:D16)`

The formula is similar to the previously used formula.

- Press
**ENTER**.

We can see the total liabilities in the cell.

- Calculate the net profit/loss on the balance sheet.
- Select the desired cell to show the result and enter the following formula:

`=J11-J12`

We used the subtraction value of cells **J11 **and **J12**.

- Press
**ENTER**.

We can see the net profit/loss here, the same as the profit calculated from total income and expenses.

- Calculate the total liabilities.
- Select the respective cell first and enter the following formula:

`=J12+J13`

- Press
**ENTER**.

We will see total liabilities there.

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