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Excel Peer Learning Community UBI700

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Overview O Peer Learning Communities provide opportunities to explore resources and tools while connecting with campus peers and discovering better ways of conducting business. Questions and topics will be solicited from registrants prior to the session and discussion topics will be selected based on registrants’ interest. Prior or continuous attendance is not required.

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Today’s Topic - Outcome Today’s Topic: O “Common Excel Functions for Budget Tracking” 3 Simple Ways: O Learn It! O Practice It! O Review It!

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Outcomes By the end of this session, you will be able to… 1. Understand how Excel Functions help with budget tracking tools 2. How to create a monthly summary running total 3. How to use the unique SUMPRODUCT Functions O Student Assistant Budget Workbook Formulas 4. Learn how to find/trace errors within Excel formulas

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Learning Functions O All Functions can be found in the Function Library group on the Formulas tab. O Today’s Focus – Sum-based Functions O Sum-based Functions are helpful when tracking: O Hourly wages earned against a budget amount O Departmental Expenses using data extracted from OBDIEE Revenue & Expense Reports

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Why It Matters To You O Using Functions, creates proficiency, speeds up analysis, eliminates manual entry, and makes us more comfortable with data that isn't 'perfect'. O There are times when you want to calculate the budget amount still available for certain expenses O Example: O Departments may have a need to track the payroll wages earned by student assistants by: O The total number of hours worked year-to-date (YTD) O Wages paid to all their students for a given month. O Discover how much of grant dollars has been spent

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Excel Function Categories

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Common Functions Today’s Date: CTRL&+ &; is a shortcut for entering the current date (hold down all 3 keys and release. Note: Putting extra spaces into formulas can cause an error message!

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Learning Basic Formulas O Student Monthly Gross wages: O Hours worked x pay rate O Budget Balance Available (BBA) O Add: Initial Budget Amount provided O Less: Prior month expenses O Less: Current month expenses O EQUALS Budget Balance Available

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Calculating a Running Balance O Basic Worksheet with Debit and Credit columns O In this scenario, cell E1 contains our starting balance; Column C contains the debits; and Column D contains the credits. O Starting Balance Formula in cell E4: =sum(E1,C4,-D4) O Reoccurring Formula in cell E5: =sum(E4,C5,-D5)

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Let’s Practice - Running Balance O In this scenario, cell E1 contains our starting balance; Column C contains the debits; and Column D contains the credits. O Enter expense amounts in the Credit column (Column D) O Enter the following formulas: O Cell E4: =sum(E1,C4,-D4) C ell E5: =sum(E4,C5,-D5) O Copy the formula into the balance cell for each new transaction—use the handle to pull the formula down.

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Learning Excel Functions O Q: How do I add the Amounts in every other column w/o manually putting in the actual cell value? O A: A Simple Solution would be: O =B4+D4+F4+H4+J4+L4+N4+...etc. O We would have to HOLD DOWN the CTRL key, click on each cell, add a “+” sign and repeat to make the formula O Very time consuming!

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Learning Excel Functions O Bigger & Better Function!: O Assuming that for row 1 our range of #'s are in A1:O1 O To add the ODD columns, enter this (no spaces): =SUMPRODUCT((1-MOD(COLUMN($I$1:$O$1),2))*$I$1:$O$1) O To add the EVEN columns, enter this (no spaces): =SUMPRODUCT(MOD(COLUMN($I$1:$O$1),2)*$I$1:$O$1)

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Practice – Student Assistant Workbook

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Auditing for Formula Errors O By tracing the relationships, you can test formulas to see which cells are to blame for: O Incorrect values in the formula of a particular cell, O Non-working formulas in the worksheet O Direct precedents are cells that directly feed the formulas, O Dependents are cells that depend on the results of the formulas.. Source: Excel for Dummies, http://www.dummies.com/how- to/content/understanding-excel-2010s-formula-auditing-tools.html

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Select the cell that contains the formula result to be traced.. Auditing for Formula Errors Step 1 To Trace Formula, we have the following steps.

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Step 2 On the Formula tab, click in the Formula Auditing group. Then, click on the Trace Precedents. Auditing for Formula Errors

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Step 3 Then, the Formula Precedents will be displayed. Auditing for Formula Errors

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Step 4 To remove the formula precedents, Click on Remove Precedents Button. Source: http://www.dotnetheaven.com/article/tracing-formula-in-excel-2010

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Precedent and dependent lines are always inserted from or to the active cell. From the active cell: O To see what other cells are referenced in the active cell's formula, click the Trace Precedents button. O To see which other cells contain a reference to the active cell, click the Trace Dependents button.

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Let’s Review O Common Budget Tracking Functions 1. Name some Excel Functions to help with budget tracking tools? 2. What is the formula to create a running total? 3. Why do we use the SUMPRODUCT Functions? 4. In tracing errors, why is Formula auditing used? What is a dependent? What is a precedent?

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O Allyson Bates Business Analyst Financial Services abates@fullerton.edu 657.278.5298 O Suchi Patel Business Analyst Admin & Finance IT supatel@fullerton.edu 657.278.8265 O Greg Sweet Univ. Tax Compliance Manager Financial Services Adjunct Faculty, Dept. of Accounting gsweet@fullerton.edu 657.278.5671 Thank You Happy Holidays!

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