Kipley Excel Template - Excel Instructions using Excel 2010...

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Excel Instructions using Excel 2010 or 2013: 1. Enter the appropriate numbers/formulas in the shaded (gray) cells. An asterisk (*) will appear to the right of an incorr 2. A formula begins with an equals sign (=) and can consist of any of the following elements: Operators such as + (for addition), - (for subtraction), * (for multiplication), and / (for division). Cell references, including cell addresses such as B52, as well as named cells and ranges Values and text Worksheet functions (such as SUM) 3. You can enter a formula into a cell manually (typing it in) or by pointing to the cells. To enter a formula manually, follow these steps: Move the cell pointer to the cell that you want to hold the formula. Type an equals sign (=) to signal the fact that the cell contains a formula. Type the formula, then press Enter. 17.65 x 1.5=26.475. The template will display and hold 26.48, not 26.475. There is no need to use Excel's rounding funct EXCEPTION: Continuing Payroll Problems A & B: CHAPTER 2 When calculating over-time rate for weekly salary, round regular rate to TWO decimals BEFORE calcu
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  • Fall '15
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  • Business, Computer file, Federal Insurance Contributions Act tax, marital status, fica taxes payable

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