# week06 - WELCOME EF 105 Spring 2006 Week 6 Topics: 1. EXCEL...

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WELCOME WELCOME EF 105                Spring 2006 Week 6

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Topics: 1. EXCEL a. Requested Info on working across sheets b. Review of Creating a macro c. Creating a form. 2. Engineering Problem Solving 3. Probability
Sheet References: Reference Description =Sheet2!B17 Displays the entry in cell B17 of Sheet2 in the active cell of the current sheet =Sheet1!A1+Sheet2!B2 Sums the values in cell A1 of Sheet1 and B2 of Sheet2 =SUM(Sheet1:Sheet4!H6:K6) Sums the values in cells H6 through K6 in Sheets 1, 2, 3, and 4. =SUM(Sheet1!H6:K6) Sums the values in cells H6 through K6 in Sheet1. =SUM(Sheet1:Sheet4!H6) Sums the values in cell H6 of Sheets 1, 2, 3 and 4 .

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Creating a Command Button Note : Toolbar buttons are macro statements that are executed when the assigned button is selected.   a) A command button is a control that is added to a worksheet  and is created before the macro is created. b) Concept 3: Controls  are graphic objects designed to help the  user interact with the form. 1) Controls are used to display or enter data, perform an action,  or make the sheet easier to read. 2) The Forms toolbar or the Control Toolbox toolbar can be used  to add controls to a worksheet. Note: Close the design toolbar if necessary. c)
Creating a Command Button c) Display the Control Toolbox toolbar. 1) Click:  Command button. 2) Click: On cell B19 to create the button. 3) Move and size the button as necessary. Note: Change the command button’s font attributes by selecting Properties from the button’s shortcut menu. 4) Excel automatically changes to design mode so the  control can be modified. Right-click the command button. Choose: CommandButton  O bject/ E dit. Enter a new name and click outside the object to deselect it.

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Creating a Form 1) A form is a formatted worksheet with blank spaces that can be filled in online on an individual computer or on a network, or printed and completed on paper. 2) Some elements work better in online forms and some layout concerns apply to printed forms. 3) Formulas that immediately calculate results work with online forms. 4) Blank space is allowed for printed forms where calculations are entered manually. 5) Controls can be used effectively with both online and printed forms. b) Plan what should appear on the form and what information will be entered into the form.
Creating a Form 1) Open the file Bonus Dollars. 2) The sample worksheet will calculate and award a bonus according to the following: Bonus Award Standard Bonus Total connection time multiplied by \$.05. Super Bonus Level 1 If total connection time is greater than 100 minutes but less than or equal to 200 minutes, Standard Bonus + 5%.

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## This note was uploaded on 07/13/2008 for the course EF 105 taught by Professor Jackson during the Spring '05 term at University of Tennessee.

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