I’m working on a operating systems project and need support to help me learn.
Skills needed to complete this project:
- Working in Protected View (Skill 1.3)
- Navigating a Workbook (Skill 1.2)
- Exploring Charts (Skill 1.8)
- Entering and Editing Text and Numbers in Cells (Skill 1.4)
- Applying Number Formats (Skill 1.5)
- Entering Dates and Applying Date Formats (Skill 1.6)
- Inserting Data Using AutoFill (Skill 1.7)
- Understanding Absolute and Relative References (Skill 1.11)
- Entering Simple Formulas (Skill 1.10)
- Calculating Totals with the Quick Analysis Tool (Skill 1.14)
- Using the Recommended Charts Feature (Skill 1.9)
- Previewing and Printing a Worksheet (Skill 1.20)
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- Explore the workbook. If you accidentally make changes while exploring, press Ctrl + Z to undo the change.
- Click cell B2 (the cell displaying the staff members last name, Stevens). This is the cell at the intersection of column B and row 2.
- Press Enter twice to move to cell B4 (the cell displaying the staff members billable rate). This cell is formatted with the Accounting Number Format number format.
- Click cell B8 (the cell displaying the number of hours for Monday, August 5). This cell is formatted with the Comma cell style.
- Double-click cell B14.
- Double-click cell B12.
- The Stevens Hours worksheet contains a stacked column chart. Review the chart so you can recreate it on the Swinson Hours worksheet.
- The staff members last name is spelled incorrectly. Navigate to cell B2 and edit the text so the last name is spelled correctly (Swinson with an i instead of an a). Use Edit mode.
- The billable rate amount is missing. Navigate to cell B4 and enter the rate. Use Ready mode.
- Modify the billable rate to use the Accounting Number Format.
- The dates are missing from the timesheet. Enter the first date, August 5, 2019.
- Use Autofill to complete the dates in the timesheet.
- Change the date format to the 8/5/2019 format.
- Use the Quick Analysis tool to enter total hours for each day.
- Format the hours billed section to use the Comma Style number format. Be sure to include the total row.
- Enter a formula in cell B14 to calculate the daily bill for Monday, August 5. The formula should calculate the total billable hours for the day (cell B12) times the billable rate (B4).
- Use AutoFill to copy the formula to the remaining days in the timesheet.
- Now you can calculate the bill total for the week by summing the daily bill amounts. Enter a formula using the SUM function with the cell range B14:H14 as the argument.
- Use the Recommended Charts feature to insert a stacked column chart representing hours worked for each day for the week of August 5.
- Change the chart title.
- Preview how the worksheet will look when printed.
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