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New Perspectives Excel 2016 Module 5: SAM Project 1a Edgar Saldana GE ver. 5.78 1. 0/6 Unfreeze rows. In the Bracelet worksheet, the top row should not be frozen. 2. 6/6 Sort a table on multiple ranges. 3. 6/6 Insert a total row in a table. Summarize table data with a total row. 4. 3/6 Create a PivotTable. Add rows to a PivotTable. Add values to a PivotTable. Modify the number format of a PivotTable. Modify the number format of a PivotTable. Modify the number format of a PivotTable. 5. 4/6 Create a table. Add a style to a table. Set the name of a table. In the Necklace worksheet, the table in the range A3:G16 should be named "NecklaceSales". 6. 6/6 Add a record to a table. 7. 6/6 Sort a table. Convert a table to a range. Insert subtotal rows in a range. Set options for subtotalling data. Add a grand total to subtotals. 8. 6/6 Delete a record from a table. 9. 0/6 Freeze rows. In the All Products worksheet, rows 1 and 2 should be frozen. 10. 0/6 Enter a number in a cell. In the All Products worksheet, cell F41 should contain the value 1200. 11. 6/6 Filter a table on multiple fields. 12. 6/6 Refresh PivotTable data. 13. Apply the Pivot Style Medium 13 PivotTable style to the PivotTable. 7/7 Apply a style to a PivotTable. 14. 4/7 Add a filter to a PivotTable. Filter a PivotTable. 15. 7/7 Add a slicer to a PivotTable. Resize a slicer. Filter a PivotTable using a slicer. 16. 7/7 Create a PivotChart. Resize and reposition a PivotChart. Add a title to a PivotChart. Filter a PivotChart. SUBMISSION #1 | SCORE IS: 74 OUT OF 100 Maureen Meek is doing an internship with Forge and Polish Jewelry. One of her assignments is to format the product sales records from 2018 to 2020 to make it easier to analyze. Switch to the Bracelet worksheet. Unfreeze the top row of the worksheet. Sort the data in the BraceletSales table first in ascending order by the Material field and then in the ascending order by the Embellishment field. Insert a Total Row in the BraceletSales table, and then use the Total Row to calculate the total of the values in both the 2018 and 2019 fields. (Hint: The Total Row should automatically total the values in the 2020 field.) Maureen decides to create a PivotTable to allow her to better manipulate and filter the BraceletSales table data. Create a PivotTable based on the BraceletSales table in a new worksheet using Bracelet PivotTable as the worksheet name. Update the PivotTable as described below so that it matches Final Figure 1: a. Add the Material field and the Product ID field (in that order) to the Rows area. (Hint: The order of the materials should be Gold, Silver, Copper, as shown in Final Figure 1. Sort the PivotTable manually by dragging or by using the Move command if necessary.) b. Add the 2018, 2019, and 2020 fields (in that order) to the Values area. c. Update the Sum of 2018 field in the Values area to display the name 2018 Sales with the Accounting number format with 0 decimal places and $ as the symbol.
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  • Winter '08
  • Johnsmith
  • Computer Security, glass beads, Jewellery, precious stones, Product ID, Polish Jewelry, PivotTable.

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