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2 Excel Battleship Mrs. Stevens March 19, 2013

3 Table of Contents 1.Pre-planning your Battleground - LinkLink 2.Creating your Excel Workbook - LinkLink 3.Creating Excel Worksheets - LinkLink 4.Creating your Excel Battlegrounds - LinkLink 5.Formatting your My Ships Worksheet - LinkLink 6.Placing youy Ships - LinkLink You can navigate through this presentation from start to finish, or you can click on the Link to go to a specific location where you need help.

4 Pre-planning your Battleground Need – Excel Battleship Overview Handout – Page 2 – Blank Battleship Layout & Results Log Book Sheet Battleship Layout Grid – Top half of Sheet – Screenshot of Excel Worksheet – Column Names - Letters – Row Names – Numbers Results Log Book – Bottom half of Sheet – List of Ship Types – Column for Ship Cell Ranges – Columns to Record Game Results per each Ship Table of Contents Next

5 Battleship Descriptions CountShip TypeKeySizeColor 2Aircraft Carriers(AC)5 CellsDark Blue 3Battleships(BS)4 CellsDark Purple 2Cruisers(CR)3 CellsBright Yellow 4Patrol Boats(PB)2 CellsOrange 2Submarines(SB)3 CellsDark Green Count – How many of each type of ship Ship Type – Name of the type of ship Key – The two-letter code for each type of ship Size – The total number of cells for the length of each ship Color – The color you will fill the cells for each type of ship Count – How many of each type of ship Ship Type – Name of the type of ship Key – The two-letter code for each type of ship Size – The total number of cells for the length of each ship Color – The color you will fill the cells for each type of ship Next Table of Contents

6 Results Log Book Ship Type – Row for Each Ship Cell Range – First & Last Cell Name – Double Check Accuracy – Use During Games Game 1 – 4 Columns – # Hits, Missed, Sunk – Each Ships Results – Record End of Each Game Table of Contents Next

7 Battleship Layout Sheet Place your 13 ships anywhere within the dark border Up and Down or Left to Right Draw a Border around Each Ship Label the First and Last Cell Name and the Ships Key Table of Contents Next

8 Creating your Excel Workbook Table of Contents Next File Location: Your Z Drive – Problem Solving Folder if you have one… File Name: Last Name_ID#_Battleship Example: Stevens_123456_Battleship

9 Creating Excel Worksheets Default – 3 Worksheets – Sheet 1 – Sheet 2 – Sheet 3 Need 2 More Worksheets Add Sheets Icon – To Right of Sheet 3 – Click – Adds Sheet 4 – Click – Adds Sheet 5 Table of Contents Next

10 Naming Excel Worksheets Rename Worksheets – Right Click on Tab – Choose Rename – Type New Name – Repeat for Each Sheet Worksheet Names – My Ships – Game 1 (or Battle 1) – Game 2 (or Battle 2) – Game 3 (or Battle 3) – Game 4 (or Battle 4) Table of Contents Next

11 Creating your Excel Battlegrounds ALL 5 Worksheets! Format Columns A-S – Click on Letter A – Drag to Letter S – Right Click Letter A – Select Column Width… – Set Column Width to 5 – Click OK Table of Contents Next

12 Row Height Format Rows – Click on Number 1 – Drag to Number 22 – Rows 1 to 22 highlighted – Right Click Number 1 – Select Row Height – Set Row Height to 20 – Click OK Table of Contents Next

13 Framing the Battleground Table of Contents Next Click in Cell B2 – Column B – Row 2 Drag to Cell R21 – All Cells Highlighted – Create Border Click Pull-down Arrow – Thick Box Border – All Cells have border Repeat - All Worksheets

14 Formatting your My Ships Worksheet Click Gray Cell – Upper Left Corner – Left of Letter A – Above Number 1 – Highlights Worksheet Format Font – Right Click Mouse – On Any Cell – Cells Remain Highlighted – Dialog Box Appears Table of Contents Next

15 Formatting the Font Font Name – Aharoni – Pull Down Arrow By Calibri Font List Appears Font Size – 18 Point – Pull Down Arrow Font Color – Red – Pull Down Arrow by A – Standard Colors Table of Contents Next

16 Placing your Ships Ship Location & Results Log Book – Use to Place Ships in Excel Battleground – Same Cell Ranges on Sheet & Worksheet Sheet and Worksheet Differ – Correct one or the other – May need new Location Sheet Excel Test Overview Pg 2 – List of Ship Colors – List of Ship Counts & Sizes to Confirm Table of Contents Next

17 Let the Battles Begin! Table of Contents Next Your Battleground should look something like this one.


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