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PowerPoint for Excel Car Project Part 3

PowerPoint for Excel Car Project Part 3

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  • 1. Monday February 8th<br /><ul><li>Copy today’s PowerPoint from the M:/ drive
  • 2. M:/0209 Monday Project 3 and Review</li></li></ul><li>Today… <br />Finish up the Car Project by adding Graphs/Charts<br />Finish up any work from last week: Test 19-3, Car Project 2<br />Start reviewing for Excel test on Wednesday<br />
  • 3. <ul><li>Your goal:
  • 4. Using sheet 3 of your Car Project file you will insert 3 different graphs that help illustrate the data you compiled on Sheet 2
  • 5. These graphs should be easy to read, attractive, stand out, and represent the data correctly.
  • 6. You will have broad guidelines to follow, but for the most part it is up to you how you choose to represent the data.</li></ul>Car Project Part 3<br />
  • 7. Insert 3 total charts<br /><ul><li>1.) Show a chart that uses the “models” of the cars and their prices. (i.e. Camry, not Toyota)
  • 8. 2.) Create a chart that shows the difference in dealerships and their average prices
  • 9. 3.) Create a chart that compares the dealerships with their cheapest and highest car prices</li></li></ul><li>Guidelines<br /><ul><li> Types of charts: You must use three different types of charts. (For instance: Pie, Column, Bar, Line)
  • 10. Data: Make sure your chart includes the correct data required
  • 11. Make sure all 3 charts fit on one page on Sheet 3 of your workbook (do a print preview!)
  • 12. Chart Elements: Make sure each chart is titled, has the correct labels, and includes other elements that make it easy to understand.
  • 13. Formatting: Color and style are up to you, but do your best to make the chart stand out and data easy to interpret.
  • 14. When you finished, double-check that the charts all fit on one page. Add your name in the header of the page. Save, Print, and Submit.</li></li></ul><li>Double Check<br /><ul><li> 3 Types of Charts
  • 15. Chart titles
  • 16. Chart labels
  • 17. Other Chart elements
  • 18. Formatting edited
  • 19. Easy to understand
  • 20. Name in Page Header
  • 21. Charts resized and arranged to fit best on 1 page
  • 22. Print Preview
  • 23. Save
  • 24. Print
  • 25. Submit!</li>