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ET_Advance spreadsheet skills Copy.pptx

  1. 1. ADVANCE SPREADSHE ET SKILLS
  2. 2. WHAT IS SPREADSHEET? Spreadsheet Software allows users to organize data in rows and columns and perform calculations on the data. These rows and columns collectively are called worksheet.
  3. 3. WHAT IS SPREADSHEET? Examples of Spreadsheet Software: LibreOffice Calc, OpenOffice.org Calc, Google Sheets, Apple iWork Numbers, Kingsoft Office Spreadsheets, StarOffice Calc, Microsoft Excel.
  4. 4. KEY TERMS IN MS EXCEL:
  5. 5. 1. Row is the horizontal line of entries in a table. 2. Column is the vertical line of entries in a table. 3. Cell is the place where information is held in a spreadsheet. 4. Spreadsheets consist of several individual sheets; each sheet containing cells is arranged in rows and columns.
  6. 6. 5. Active cell is the selected cell. 6. Column heading is the box at the top of each column containing a letter. 7. Row heading is the row number. 8. Cell reference is the cell address of the cell usually combine letter and number (ex. A1, b4, c2).
  7. 7. 9. Merge is combining or joining two or more cells. 10. Formula is an expression which calculates the value of a cell. 11. Functions – are predefined formulas and are already available in excel. 12. Formula bar is the bar that displays the contents of a cell.
  8. 8. OTHER TERMS
  9. 9. 1. Accounting number format – a number format that is used for accounting. 2. Orientation – the angle at which a text is displayed. 3. Count – a function used to count the cells with content in a range. 4. Sum – a function used to compute for the summation of the number of a range. 5. Average – a function used to compute for the average of the number of a range.
  10. 10. 6. COUNTIF – a function used to count the cells with a specified content within a range. 7. SUMIF – a function used to compute for the summation of a range if a certain condition is met. 8. AVERAGEIF – a function used to compute for the average of a range if a certain condition is met. 9. Range – the range of cells where you want to look for the criteria.
  11. 11. 10. Criteria – a value or label that determines if a cell is part of the range to be averaged. 11. Average range – the actual range of cells that will be averaged, if omitted, the range will be used instead. 12. =Min(range) – returns the smallest number within the range. 13. =Max(range) – returns the largest number within the range.
  12. 12. Stock No. Item Name Quantity Purchase Price Stock Investment Retail Price (5% mark up) Revenue Profit 1 Golden Fiesta Cooking Oil 3 92.50 277.50 97.125 291.375 13.875 2 Century Tuna (Flakes in Oil) 5 38.90 194.50 40.845 204.225 9.725 3 Purefoods Corned Beef 5 70.30 351.50 73.815 369.075 17.575 4 Lucky Me Pancit Canton 10 9.55 95.50 10.0275 100.275 4.775 5 Select Refined Sugar (1 kg) 4 62.00 248.00 65.1 260.4 12.4 6 Magic Sarap 12 4.00 48.00 4.2 50.4 2.4 7 Ligo Sardines 5 18.00 90.00 18.9 94.5 4.5 8 Bear Brand Swak Pack 12 12.00 144.00 12.6 151.2 7.2 9 Golden Q Bihon 4 10.00 40.00 10.5 42 2 10 Silver Swan Soy Sauce 5 10.00 50.00 10.5 52.5 2.5 Total Number of Stocks 65 Total Stock Investment 1539.00 Total Revenue 1615.95 Total Profit 76.95 Putyong Sari-Sari Store
  13. 13. THANK YOU!!

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