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S&P Capital IQ: Registering & troubleshooting

Published March 14, 2019 by Mark Bodnar

When I first announced that SFU researchers had access to S&P Capital IQ (aka "CapIQ") last summer, I mentioned that the account registration process had to take place while on campus... after which remote access would be possible.  

Most people have been able to register and access their CapIQ accounts without any issues, but we've encountered enough glitches that I thought some more detailed instructions might help...

<Read on for troubleshooting tips!>

S&P Capital IQ: Save time with an Excel template!

Published July 31, 2018 by Mark Bodnar

I'm sure that many of you have already registered your personal account in our newest financial database: S&P Capital IQ. [...]

And if you've registered, then you've probably started exploring the web interface to see what sorts of data you can find and export... and you might have even watched some of these videos to be sure you are getting the most out of the database...

But have you installed the Excel Add-in part of the database yet?  

Screen capture showing the top navigation bar of the Excel Plug-in for CapIQ, with the Templates button circled in red.

<Read on to learn about time-saving, reputation-enhancing templates!>

 

In a rush to learn S&P Capital IQ? Watch some videos!

Published July 27, 2018 by Mark Bodnar

For those who missed it, we introduced a powerful new database earlier this week: S&P Capital IQ! 

In the initial announcement I promised there would be follow-up blog posts highlighting CapIQ's features and functions. I certainly do plan to write such posts later this summer, but I thought I'd start with a note about S&P's support & training videos since so many people are now scrambling to learn the database.

<Read on for links to training videos!>

 

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