CSC265-Computer Applications in Agriculture


Microsoft Excel
1. Download the spreadsheet at practice.xls from network and save it on your computer. 2. Change the name of the first sheet in the workbook from “Sheet 1” to “2010” and change the tab color to green. • Right-click the tab to access these commands. 3. Change the width of column A to accommodate the width of the text in that column so that “monthly remaining” isn’t overflowing into column B. • Click and drag (or double-click) the line between the column A and B headings. 4. Change the font used in cell A1 to size 14. • Use the tools on the Formatting toolbar, or the Format/Cell menu item. 5. Select cells A1 through N1 (A1:N1) use Merge and Center to merge the cells and center the sheet title on the sheet. 6. Use the Merge and Center button on the toolbar 7. Change the background color of merged cells A1:N1 to some shade of light green, and box it in with an outside border. • Use commands on the toolbar or the Format/Cells menu 8. Select cells B2:N22 and change the format to currency. • Use the $ button on the toolbar of the Format/Cells menu 9. Select cells A2 and B2 (monthly income) and change the font to bold and italics. 10. Insert a new row between rows 9 and 10, add the label “Auto Fuel”, and insert 40 for the month of January. • Select Row 10 by clicking the row label and use the Insert/Row menu 11. Grab the fill handle of the auto fuel amount (containing the 40 you typed) and drag it right to fill in 40 for Feb through Dec. 12. Enter a function (not a formula or equation) in cell N5 that provides the sum of cells B5 through M5, the yearly total for Rent. 13. Use the fill handle to copy the function you entered down into cells N6 through N17, the other yearly totals. Note how the row number in the function is changed to match each row into which it is copied. 14. Enter a function (not a formula or equation) in cell B19 (the monthly total row) to display the total spent in January. 15. Enter a formula (equation) in cell B20 that subtracts the monthly total (B19) from the monthly income (B2) to display how much money is remaining in January. 16. Change the reference in the above formula from B2 to an absolute reference ($B$2). 17. Select both B19 and B20 then grab the fill handle and drag it to the right through to December to copy both the Monthly Total and Monthly Remaining formulas to all months. 18. Change the column widths to accommodate the width of the numbers. Note that Excel displays ####### for numbers that don’t fit the cell. 19. Check the formulas in the Monthly Remaining row. Note that the relative references to cells in row 19 change with each column, but the absolute reference to B2 remains unchanged.


Change your Monthly income for 2011 to 2. 34. 26. 24. Select the IF functions from the Functions menu and fill in the necessary arguments 27. Change the tab color to yellow. and use AutoFormat (in the Format menu) to apply the “Classic 3” format to the cells. Select cells A4:N20.000. Select cells A4:A17 and E4:E17 (hold control to select non-adjacent cells) to select the item labels and amounts for April click the Chart Wizard button on the toolbar and create a Pie chart with the following qualities: • Pie with 3-D visual effect • Chart title: April Expenditures • Do not show the legend • Data Labels: Include Percentage and Category name • Include it as a new sheet named Chart1 30. Copy the entire 2010 sheet to a new page in the workbook. change the values from month to month to match your natural spending habits. Change the name of this new workbook both on the tab and in row 1 to 2011. Change column widths to accommodate all data if necessary. You might want to spend more on entertainment during the summer months. Insert a function in cell B23 that displays the total spent in 2010. 31. 29. 23. 28. Have cell B25 display “Go for it!” if you have more than $4000 left over and “Maybe next year” if you don’t. Watch your Yearly Remaining amount increase. For instance in the Gifts row. you would have enough to make a down payment on a new car. Save your work! Keep this file open to use in Part 2. 33. SAIDATUL RAHAH HAMIDI . Maybe this year you can afford that new car! – save your work! 32. Insert a function in cell B24 that displays the amount of money you have left over at year end. Right align the contents of cells A22:25 and bold it. you might increase the amount spent in December for holiday spending. At any rate. 25. Here’s how: • Type = to enter formula mode • Go to the 2010 sheet and click in the cell B24 to select that yearly remaining number • Type + • Go to the 2011 sheet and click in the cell B24 to select that yearly remaining number • Press Enter to conclude the formula • The formula inserted through this method should read ='2010'!B24+'2011'!B24 if you’ve done everything correctly. In cell A1 insert a formula that adds the Yearly Remaining for 2010 and 2011 using cell references. You may spend more on clothing in August for “back to school”. Change the name on the tab of Sheet3 to “Saved” and change its color to blue. Change to Sheet 3. Change the values in rows 12 through 17 so that they are different for each month. Insert a function in cell B22 to display your average monthly spending. 22. In cell B1 of Sheet3 type “Saved over two years”. 35. 21.CSC265-Computer Applications in Agriculture 20. If you have over $4000 left at the end of the year.