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BCIS IB (Test 2) Excel Lessons 4 – 8 Press space bar to Advance Frame

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1. What are two ways to enter function formulas?

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a) By choosing Edit, Function from the menu-bar. b) click the Fx on the function bar

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2. How are cell comments inserted?

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Insert, Comments

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3. What is the difference between linking data and copying and pasting data.

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when linked data is updated in source location, the destination location is also updated. Copy and Paste Copy and Linked (Paste Special)

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4. What command is used in linking data in Excel?

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The Copy and Edit, Paste Special COPY

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5. Linked data changed in a source file are automatically updated in the destination file, unless otherwise specified.

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True

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6. Do function formulas have operators?

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No! Function Formulas Paste Special Cells Copy and pasted Cells

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7. Are there function formulas for * (multiplication), / (division), + (addition) or - (subtraction)?

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No! Function formulas have a function name and argument, =SUM (A1:A11) and no operator, which is what the +,-,*,and / are.

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8. In the formula "=SUM(D5:D19)", What is the portion that is the argument.

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The part in parentheses D5:D19

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9. Are the data points in a scatter chart connected by lines?

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With office 2000 the points are not connected. With XP the data points can be connected.

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10. can you insert a range in a function formula by selecting the range on the worksheet?

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Yes Dragging the range Inserting into the function

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11. What are Financial function formulas used to analyze?

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Items that deal with MONEY- $$$.-loans and investments –

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12. When a range of Excel data is copied to Word, where does Word automatically place it?

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In a Table

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13. What are the two ways that Charts/graphs can appear within the worksheet when created.

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1.Embedded – on the same sheet 2. On its own separate sheet

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14. What is The Chart Wizard?

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The Chart Wizard is an on-screen guide that helps you to prepare a chart. 123 4 Finished

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15. After a chart/graph is created, the user may edit/change what parts of the chart.

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legend, title, axis, gridlines, or data labels by simply double-clicking the object and making the desired changes within the dialog box that appears

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16. What are special pre-set formulas that do not use operators to calculate the result?

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Function Formulas

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17. What type of chart uses bars of varying heights to illustrate values in a worksheet and shows relationships among categories of data.

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Column chart

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18. What feature applies a font, border, or pattern to a cell when certain conditions exist in that cell. (Ex. Color the cell red if the sales is less than 10%)

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Conditional formatting

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19. What Chart shows the relationship of a part to a whole.

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Pie chart

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20. What function will give the number of different types of drinks sold by Fruit and Fizz?

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=COUNT(B6:B11)

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21. What function may be used to display text or values if certain conditions exist. (Ex. If the percent of sales is greater than 20% display the word “GREAT” otherwise display “OK”).

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The logical function “IF”

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22. How do you name a range?

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Select the range and enter a name (Fruit) in the Name box to the left of the Formula bar.

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23. What cell references do not change when moved or copied to a new cell?

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Absolute; =D6/$D$12

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24. What functions are formulas used to describe large quantities of data. For example, the average number of drinks sold

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Statistical

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25. What type formulas are those that have more than one operator?

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Complex

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26. What are three steps required to paint a format?

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a) Highlight a cell that has the format you prefer b) Click the Format Painter button on the toolbar. c) Highlight a cell or the range of cells that you would like to format..

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27. What type of chart must appear within the same worksheet rather than on a separate sheet.

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An Embedded Chart

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28.All of the following can be placed on a chart.

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a) Gridlines b) Axes (X and Y) c) Data labels d) Legend e) Title

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29. What cell references change both the column and the row when moved or copied to a new cell?

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Relative; =(B6*1.5)+(C6*0.9) =(B7*1.5)+(C7*0.9)

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30. What would be the formula to find the total small servings?

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=SUM(C6:C11)

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33. What formula could you use to find out the lowest number of servings?

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=MIN(B6:B11)

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34. What formula could you use to find out the greatest number of servings?

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=MAX(C6:C11)

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