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Calc the Future Value and get it from that. You can figure the compound interest easily off that number. (You mentioned no payments, and I'll assume we're saying that you're paying 7% not 7 tenths of one percent as stated): FV = PV(1+I/Y)^N. First calc your future value interest factor: 1+.07/12 = 1.00583. Take it to the 36th power (the number of monthly compounding periods in 3 years) = 1.23293 x the present value, let's say $1,000 = $1,232.93. So the compound interest you would pay is $232.93. Get a good financial calculator, it makes it much easier!
I cheat. Southlake Excel, most other spreadsheets, and many calculators have built in functions that do ALL the work. The 'pencil and paper' method is as follows. 7% (I SERIOUSLY doubt 0.7% is the correct rate)/12 = 0.5833% = 0.005833. Multiply the principal by 0.005833 to find the interest in the first month. Add this to the principal to find the balance after 1 month. Repeat the process every month for 3 years (36 months).