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  1. 1. EXCEL PRACTICAL You have been hired as a consultant for King Neptune’s Community Pool. The manager of King Neptune’s Community Pool needs you to prepare a worksheet to help analyze weekly receipts of child pool passes and adult pool passes. Perform the following steps on the spreadsheet: 1. Create the spreadsheet using the following data: Begin in cell A4. Re-format dates to mm/dd if needed. A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Dates 6/1 6/2 B C D E F Number of Child Passes 200 135 141 110 123 102 Number of Adult Passes 95 72 70 55 61 95 Child Pass $ Totals Adult Pass $ Totals Total Pass Receipts 2. Save workbook as: ExcelExam_Firstname_Lastname to your memory stick. Save periodically during exam to be safe! 3. Format the A column to show the date as 6/1, 6/2, etc. AutoFill the dates beginning with 6/1 and 6/2. Your final year should be 6/6. Center dates. 4. Add the following data to row 11: 6/7 189 99 5. In cell A1 type in “King Neptune‟s Community Pool”. Merge and center vertically and horizontally over cells A1:F1. Use “Cambria” font. Change font size to 16. Bold and Italicize text. 6. In cell A2, type in “Pool Pass Receipts for the Week of June 1 – June 7”. Merge and center over cells A2:F2. Use “Cambria” font. Change fort size to 14. Bold Text. 7. Add a fill color to cell A1 8. In cell A12, insert the word, „Totals‟. Bold and right-align. 9. Total each column in row 12 10. In cell A15, type in the words “Child Pass Price”. 11. In cell A16, type in the words “Adult Pass Price”. 12. In cell D15, type in $1.50. In cell D16, type in $3.00. Make both currency format. 13. Create a formula using an absolute cell reference to calculate Child Pass Receipts for each day. Put that formula (and $ total) in cell D5:D11. The total should calculate in D12. 14. Create a formula using an absolute cell reference to calculate Adult Pass Receipts for each day. Put that formula (and $ total) in cell E5:E11. The total should calculate in E12. 15. Calculate total passes receipts ($ earned each day) in F5:F11, with a grand total in F12. 16. Use Currency Format for the D5:F12, center align 17. Select the range B12:F12 and add a „Top and Double Bottom Border.‟
  2. 2. 18. In cell A20, type in „Average.‟ Calculate Average number of Child passes, Adult passes, Child Pass $, Adult Pass $ and Total Pass Receipts in that row. For money, use currency format, for number of passes use only whole numbers (no decimals). 19. In cell A21, type in „Minimum.‟ Calculate minimum number of Child passes, Adult passes, Child Pass $, Adult Pass $ and Total Pass Receipts in that row. For money, use currency format, for number of passes use only whole numbers (no decimals). 20. In cell A22, type in „Maximum. Calculate Maximum number of Child passes, Adult passes, Child Pass $, Adult Pass $ and Total Pass Receipts in that row. For money, use currency format, for number of passes use only whole numbers (no decimals). 21. Select the range A4:F4. Format the cells to Bold Italic, add a fill color 22. Select the range A4:F4. Center align, middle align the text then wrap text. 23. Change orientation of spreadsheet to “Landscape”. Center spreadsheet vertically & horizontally. 24. In the header, add filename in center, add date in left. 25. Rename tab as “Pool Receipts” and color the tab 26. Select the range that contains Dates, Number of Child Passes and Number of Adult Passes (A4:C11). Create a column or bar chart. 27. Change title in chart to “Weekly Receipts”. 28. Save file to your memory stick 29. Delete any blank worksheets. (Don’t delete the worksheet you just made!) 30. Spell check spreadsheet. 31. AutoSize columns A:F. 32. Save file to your memory stick 33. Print a copy of your worksheet 34. Close file. 35. Upload to Bb
  3. 3. GRADING RUBRIC – EXCEL EXAM NAME: Skill Value Entered data correctly, accurately, in correct cells 5 Save workbook as: ExcelExam_Firstname_Lastname 1 Format and autofill dates 1 A1 type in “King Neptune‟s Community Pool”. Merge and center over cells A1:F1. Use 3 “Cambria” font. Change font size to 16. Bold and Italicize text A2, type in “Pool Pass Receipts for the Week of June 1 – June 7”. Merge and center over 3 cells A2:F2. Use “Cambria” font. Change fort size to 14. Bold Text Add fill color to cell A1 2 In A12, insert the word, „Totals‟. Bold and right-align 2 Totals formulas correct in row 12 3 In cell D15, type in $1.50. In cell D16, type in $3.00. Make money currency format 1 Create a formula using an absolute value to calculate Child Pass Receipts for each day. Put 5 that formula (and $ total) in cell D5:D11 Create a formula using an absolute value to calculate Adult Pass Receipts for each day. Put 5 that formula (and $ total) in cell E5:E11 Calculate total passes receipts in F5:F12 5 Use Currency Format for the D5:F12 1 Select the range B12:F12 and add a „Top and Double Bottom Border.‟ 1 In cell A20, type in „Average.‟ Calculate Average number of Child passes, Adult passes, Child Pass $, Adult Pass $ and Total Pass Receipts. Correct formatting 3 In A21, type in „Minimum.‟ Calculate minimum number of Child passes, Adult passes, Child Pass $, Adult Pass $ and Total Pass Receipts. Correct formatting In A22, type in „Maximum‟. Calculate Maximum number of Child passes, Adult passes, Child Pass $, Adult Pass $ and Total Pass Receipts. Correct formatting 3 3 Select the range A4:F4. Format the cells to Bold Italic, add fill color, center align, middle align the text then wrap text 3 Change to “Landscape”. Center spreadsheet vertically/horizontally 1 Header: filename in center, date in left 1 Rename tab as “Pool Receipts”. Color tab 2 Select the range that contains Dates, # of Child Passes and # of Adult Passes (A4:C11). Create a column or bar chart. 10 Change title in chart to “Weekly Receipts” 3 Autofit & print worksheet 2 Delete any blank worksheets, Save, close & upload file 1 Total 70 Earned

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