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  1. 1. RUNNING HEAD: Performance Objective: Excel 2010 for DBL group 1 Clusters in Instructional Goal Tutorials: Assessment questions: Cluster I: Format Cells. Tutorial 1: Add a comment True/ False: Adding a comment would allow you to view the comment made by the administrator on a cell when you move your cursor over the cell only: True: User can see the comments only when he/she needs to view it giving the design a clean look. False: User can see all the comments at the same time whether or not they want to view the comment. Tutorial 2: Automatically add date to cell. Yes/No: By automatically setting the date to a worksheet the user can keep track of when changes were being made to the worksheet. Can you use “=today()” function to set a previous date? Yes. No. Tutorial 3: Using names for range of information. Multiple choice question: How can naming a range of information be helpful in the long run? a) I could use this information to save a file. b) Naming a range of data allows me to sort the information within the range using more advanced function. c) Naming the range of data has no known use. d) Naming a range of data will always be displayed in the document at all time. Cluster II: Format worksheet. Tutorial 1: Conditional Formatting. Multiple choice question: Which one of these is NOT true about conditional formatting: a) It allows users to see certain information to stand out in a document making it easier to spot specific information in a very large document. b) It allows users to spot numbers that are greater than a particular amount. c) It can ONLY work with numbers. d) It allows users to spot data that are less than a particular number given in the criteria. Tutorial 2: Relative reference. Multiple choice question: How is Absolute reference function different than any other reference functions? a) Absolute reference function contains no numbers. b) Absolute reference function does not mention any cell location c) Absolute reference function requires users to type in “$” at the beginning and end of each cell location. d) Absolute reference is no different than relative reference
  2. 2. RUNNING HEAD: Performance Objective: Excel 2010 for DBL group 2 function. Tutorial 3: Absolute reference. Multiple choice question: Relative reference function can be copied on to the next cell automatically by simply dragging the “+” that shows up when: a) Click on the original reference cell that you want to copy from. b) Hold the cursor the lower right corner of the cell until the “+” shows up in the shape of: c) It doesn’t matter where you click. User can copy by using cut/paste feature. d) Even if you drag the formula after the shows up at the cell, it does not carry on the function to the next cell. Cluster III: Add objects to a given Excel 2010 worksheet. Tutorial 1: Add image, PDF to a worksheet. Multiple choice question: By using the ‘add objects feature’ user can add the following items to a worksheet: a) A PDF file b) Embed any object c) An image d) All of the above. Tutorial 2: Add hyperlinks to worksheet. True/False: When you add an URL link to a cell, you must highlight the content that is displayed in the cell first. True False Tutorial 3: Create a drop down pick list to a cell. Multiple choice question: Which of the following is true when it comes to creating a drop down pick list? a) Drop down pick list may be stored anywhere in the document but it is better to have it stored onto another sheet so that the worksheet you are working on looks clean in terms of design. b) You must enter the information every time manually. c) You must already have your options for the drop down pick list item listed on another sheet. d) Both a and c. Cluster IV: Excel Security. Tutorial 1: Freeze panes. True/False: Freezing panes along the header at the top or on the side of a worksheet allows you to view information on a very long document: True False Tutorial 2: Hide/unhide panes. Multiple choice question: Once you hide a pane, you may unhide again by right clicking on which sheet? a) Sheet 1.
  3. 3. RUNNING HEAD: Performance Objective: Excel 2010 for DBL group 3 b) Depends on how many sheets there are. c) The last sheet. d) On any of the existing visible sheets. Tutorial 3: Password protection. Multiple choice question: There are three components of password security in Excel 2010. Which one of the following is NOT one of them? a) By assigning a password to a worksheet, you may be able to give the users viewing rights only. b) By assigning a password to a worksheet, you may be able to give the users editing rights only. c) By assigning a password to a worksheet you make it visible to yourself only at all times without exception. d) By assigning a password to a worksheet you may be able to give certain users editing rights if you choose to. Cluster V: Calculate range, sort and Publish worksheet. Tutorial 1: Calculate average, maximum and minimum between nominated ranges. Multiple choice question: In this course we have not covered which one of the range topics: a) Finding maximum. b) Finding minimum. c) VLOOKUP formula. d) Calculate average. Tutorial 2: Sort alphabetically. Multiple choice question: One can alphabetically sort texts in which one of these: a) Within a row b) Within a column c) Within a range of data d) All of the above. Tutorial 3: Publish worksheet. Multiple choice question: By saving your worksheet as a webpage, you could do which one of the following task? a) Publish your webpage on a website. b) Share using the URL link c) Embed your worksheet d) All of the above.