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Exp22_Excel_Ch09_CumulativeAssessment_Variation_Tips

Exp22 Excel Ch09 CumulativeAssessment Variation Tips

Excel Chapter 9 Cumulative Assessment – Variation Tips

  

Project Description:

Your friend Julia is a server at a restaurant. She downloaded data for her customers’ food and beverage purchases for the week. You will complete the workbook by applying consistent formatting across the worksheets and finalizing the weekly summary. The restaurant requires tip sharing, so you will calculate how much he will share with the beverage worker and the assistant 

     

Start Excel. Download and open   the file named Exp22_Excel_Ch09_CumulativeAssessment_Variation_Tips.xlsx.   Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the   filename.
 

  The Excel workbook contains circular references. When you open the file, an   error message displays. This error will be resolved as part of the project.

 

The Tip Left column in the   Friday worksheet contains a fill color and number formatting. You want to   fill these formats to the other daily worksheets.
 

  Group the Friday through Monday worksheets, starting with the Friday   worksheet. Fill the format only for the range E5:E24.
 

  Hint: The Home tab contains the Fill option.

 

Now you want to insert column   totals for the five worksheets simultaneously.
 

  With the worksheets still grouped, insert SUM functions in the range B25:E25   and apply the Total cell style. Ungroup the worksheets.
 

  Hint: The Home tab contains Cell Styles.

 

The Week worksheet is designed   to be a summary sheet. You want to insert a hyperlink to the Total heading in   the Monday worksheet.
 

  On the Week worksheet, in cell A5, insert a hyperlink to cell A25 in the   Monday worksheet with the ScreenTip text Monday’s Totals. Test the hyperlink to ensure   it works correctly.
 

  Hint: The Insert tab contains the option to insert a hyperlink.

 

In cell A6 on the Week   worksheet, insert a hyperlink to cell A25 in the Tuesday worksheet with the   ScreenTip text Tuesday’s Totals. Test the hyperlink to ensure it works correctly.

 

In cell A7, insert a hyperlink   to cell A25 in the Wednesday worksheet with the ScreenTip text Wednesday’s   Totals. Test   the hyperlink to ensure it works correctly.

 

In cell A8, insert a hyperlink to   cell A25 in the Thursday worksheet with the ScreenTip text Thursday’s   Totals. Test   the hyperlink to ensure it works correctly.

 

In cell A9, insert a hyperlink   to cell A25 in the Friday worksheet with the ScreenTip text Friday’s   Totals. Test   the hyperlink to ensure it works correctly.

 

Now, you are ready to insert   references to cells in the individual worksheets. First, you will insert a   reference to Monday’s Food Total.
 

  In cell B5 on the Week worksheet, insert a formula with a 3-D reference to   cell B25 in the Monday worksheet. Copy the formula to the range C5:E5.

 

The next formula will display   the totals for Tuesday.
 

  In cell B6, insert a formula with a 3-D reference to cell B25 in the Tuesday   worksheet. Copy the formula to the range C6:E6.

 

In cell B7, insert a formula   with a 3-D reference to cell B25 in the Wednesday worksheet. Copy the formula   to the range C7:E7.

 

In cell B8, insert a formula   with a 3-D reference to cell B25 in the Thursday worksheet. Copy the formula   to the range C8:E8.

 

In cell B9, insert a formula   with a 3-D reference to cell B25 in the Friday worksheet. Copy the formula to   the range C9:E9.

 

Now you want to use a function   with a 3-D reference to calculate the totals.
 

  In cell B10 on the Week worksheet, insert the SUM function with a 3-D   reference to calculate the total Food purchases (cell B25) for the five days.   Copy the function to the range C10:E10.

 

The servers are required to   share a portion of their tips with the Beverage Worker and Assistants. The   rates are stored in another file.
 

  Open the Exp22_Excel_Ch09_CumulativeAssessment_Variation_Rates.xlsx   workbook. Go back to the Exp22_Excel_Ch09_CumulativeAssessment_Variation_Tips.xlsx   workbook. In cell F5 of the Week worksheet, insert a link to the Beverage   Worker Tip Rate (cell C4 in the Rates workbook) and multiply the rate by the   Monday Drinks (cell C5). Copy the formula, select the range F6:F9, and then   use Paste Formulas.
 

  Note: The tip is a monetary value in the Week worksheet. It should be   formatted for Accounting Number Format.

 

Next, you will calculate the   tips for the assistant.
 

  In cell G5 in the Tips workbook, insert a link to the Assistant Tip Rate   (cell C5 in the Rates workbook) and multiply the rate by the Monday Subtotal   (cell D5). Copy the formula, select the range G6:G9, and then use Paste   Formulas. Close the Rates workbook.
 

  Note: The tip is a monetary value in the Week worksheet. It should be   formatted for Accounting Number Format.

 

You noticed a circular error   when you first opened the Tips workbook. Now you will find and correct it.
 

  On the Week worksheet, check for errors and correct the formula with the   circular reference.
 

  Hint: The Formulas tab contains an option to find circular references.

 

You want to consolidate the   daily averages on the Week worksheet.
 

  On the Week worksheet, select cell J4. Use the Consolidate tool to   consolidate data from the daily worksheets. Select and add the range H4:I8 in   each of the daily worksheets. Use the top row and left column labels when   consolidating data. After consolidating the data, use Cut and Insert Cut   Cells to cut the weekday column labels and data to arrange them in order,   starting with Monday.
 

  Hint: Consolidate is on the Data tab.

 

You want to format the headings   in the consolidated area.
 

  Select the range K4:O4 and apply bold. Change the width of column M to 11.

 

You want to create a validation   rule to prevent the user from accidentally entering a negative value. For   now, you will create a validation in the Friday worksheet.
 

  Select the range E5:E24 in the Friday worksheet, create a validation rule to   allow a decimal value greater than or equal to zero. Enter the input message   title Tip   and the input   message Enter the amount of tip. (including the period). Use the Stop alert with   the error alert title Invalid Number and the error alert message The tip must   be zero or more.   (including the period). Test the data validation by attempting to enter -20 in cell E5 and then cancel the   change.

 

Now you will copy the validation   settings to the other daily worksheets.
 

  Copy the range E5:E24 in the Friday worksheet. Group the Monday through   Thursday worksheets, select the range E5:E24, and use Paste Special   Validation to copy the validation settings.
 

  Hint: The Paste Special dialog box contains the Validation option.

 

You want to unlock data-entry   cells so that the user can change the tips in the daily worksheets.
 

  Group the Monday through Friday worksheets. Select the ranges E5:E24 and   unlock these cells.
  Hint: The Home tab contains the option to unlock cells.

 

Now that you unlocked data-entry   cells, you are ready to protect the worksheets to prevent users from changing   data in other cells. Individually, protect each daily sheet using the default   allowances without a password.
 

  Hint: The shortcut menu from the worksheet tab contains the option to protect   the sheet.

 

The Template worksheet displays   #DIV/0! for cells containing the AVERAGE function. You want to prevent the   error from displaying if no data is entered.
 

  Display the Template worksheet. In each cell in the range I5:I8, nest the   existing AVERAGE function within an IFERROR function. Type 0 in the Value_if_error argument.

 

Hide the Template worksheet.

 

Mark the workbook as final.
 

  Note: Mark as Final is not available in Excel for Mac. Instead, use Always   Open Read-Only on the Review tab.
 

  Hint: The File tab contains the option to mark the workbook as final.

 

Close Exp22_Excel_Ch09_CumulativeAssessment_Variation_Tips.xlsx. Exit   Excel. Submit the file as directed.