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Microsoft Office Apps Cluster Class Activity Excel 2013 Groups and Subtotals () Please answer the following questions in your own words and save the file with a file name “Yourfirstname-Yourlastname-Excel2013-ClassActivity-20.docx” and upload the file to the Moodle website before or on the due date (the due date can be found from the Moodle website). Student Name: HanWangchen Date: 25/03/18 1. Set up some data similar to (not exactly the same) the table on Page 1 of the handout “Excel 2013 Tut 20 Groups and Subtotals.pdf” and provide some screenshots to explain how “Subtotal” can be done. Sort according to the data you want to outline. Outlines rely on grouping data that is related. In this example, we will outline the worksheet by T-Shirt Size, which has been sorted from smallest
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Unformatted text preview: to largest. Select the Data tab, then locate the Outline group. Click the Subtotal command to open the Subtotal dialog box. In the At each change in field, select the column you want to use to outline your worksheet. In this example, we'll choose T-Shirt Size. Page 1 of 2 In the Use function field, choose from the list of functions that are available for subtotaling. We'll use the COUNT function to tally the number of each size. Select the column you want the subtotal to appear in. We'll choose the T-Shirt Size column. Click OK. The contents of your worksheet will be outlined. Each T-shirt size will be placed in its own group, and the subtotal (count, in this case) will be listed below each group. Page 2 of 2...
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