# Spreadsheet Worksheet 2

1. Open ‘RAW_SPREADSHEET’. 2. Save it into your own folder with the same name. 3. Change Page Setup to Landscape. 4. Insert two columns between B and C. 5. Insert a row at the top and type in the headings. 6. Select the headings and make them bold. 7. In cell C2, join A2 & B2 with a space in between and copy the cell down to fill in the whole column. 8. Adjust the column widths so that the words fit in the cells. 9. In cell D2, use a formula to take the first letter from A2 and the first letter of B2 and join them together1; copy the cell down to fill the column. 10. Move (cut and paste) the subheadings from E27 to 29 to C27 to C29. 11. In cell D27, use a formula to calculate the total number of starts. 12. In cell D28, use a formula to calculate the average number of starts rounded to 2 decimal places. 13. In cell D29, use a formula to calculate the average age rounded down. 14. Select the text in cells C27 to C29 and make it bold and italics. 15. Select A1 to L36 and colour the background pale yellow. 16. Select the same area and change the font colour to blue. 17. Select A1 to L36, Format, Cells, Border and add a thick solid blue box / line around the area. 18. Select A1 to F1, Format, Cells, Border and add a thin, blue, double underline under the text. 19. Select C2 to C23 and F2 to F232, click on the Chart Wizard and select column chart. Click next (twice) and label the x-axis ‘Driver’ and the yaxis ‘Age’; type Driver’s Ages for the chart title. Select Legend and make sure there is no tick in the Show Legend box. Click next; then click finish. 20. Move the chart and adjust to cover approximately G2 to L13. 21. Select C2 to C23 and E2 to E23, click on the Chart Wizard and select pie chart. Click next (twice) and label the chart Number of Starts. Click finish. 22. Move the chart and adjust it to cover approximately G15 to L26.
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TIP: You can use two functions together. These are called nested functions. There is a quick symbol for concatenating which you may find makes this easier. Use the HELP. 2 TIP: Hold down the control key to select cells from different columns at the same time.

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