P7-5B - Instructions for the Microsoft Excel Templates...

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Instructions for the Microsoft Excel Templates Detail and information on Excel is contained within the manual. Type your name into the cell to the right of the "Name" cell. Your name will appear on each printed sheet. It is recommended that you enter the due date of your assignment in the cell to the right of the "Date" cell. Place an account name or title, such as "Cash," where "Account" or "Account title" appear. Place a line title, such as "Net income," where "Title" or "Text Title" appear. Place a value, such as "8.50," where "Amount" or "Value" appears. Place a number, such as "3," where "Number" or "Quantity" appears. Advisory - The worksheets are not protected. You can over type any data within the worksheets. If you over type important data you can usually restore it by referencing your textbook. Striking the "F1" key or following the path "Windows>Excel Help" will invoke the Office Assistant and bring up one of several help menus. Type your course identity or instructor identity into the cell to the right of "Course." This information will appear on each printed sheet. If the workbook requires more than one printed sheet, your name, course, date, and the first exercise or problem line will appear on each sheet. If the workbook requires more than one printed sheet page breaks are already set for normal bond - 8 1/2 X 11" paper. The print area of the exercise or problem is defined by the grey filled cells. These grey filled cells are the cells immediately outside the print area. Each worksheet will also contain a footer that includes the exercise or problem identity, the tab you printed, the page of pages, the time, and date you printed the worksheet. The exercises and problems may be presented slightly different than in your textbook. This is to facilitate better
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2011 for the course ACCT 1141 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '11 term at Western Michigan.

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P7-5B - Instructions for the Microsoft Excel Templates...

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