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Lecture 27 - Computer Applications for Business CS170 Fall...

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CS170 Computer Applications for Business Fall 2008 Instructor: Kristian Stout Lecture 27 Exam 3 Review
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Breakdown Part 1: Multiple Choice 25 Questions / 50 Points Part 2: True/False 15 Questions / 15 Points Part 3: Spreadsheets 10 Questions / 30 Points Part 4: HTML & Coding 2 Questions / 20 Points Freebie 5 Points
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Spreadsheets Cells - Basic unit of the spreadsheet Rows - Horizontal grouping of cells Columns - Vertical grouping of cells Cell References: Absolute vs Relative What types of cell content can be copied to other cells ?
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Spreadsheets (cont) How do cell ranges work ? What’s the diff between a worksheet and a workbook ? Basic functions that handle common, summary applications: - Count() - CountA() - PMT() - Average() - Max() - Min() - IF() - VLOOKUP()
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Spreadsheets (cont) Sorting - Single sorting and multi-sorting Primary & Secondary keys Filtering - Autofilter & advanced filter - Cell visibility Charts - Data series - How do axes work in charts
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