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Excel 2 Lab: Spreadsheet Design SimNet Lessons D-F SimNet Excel 2 Appendix SimText Chapters 6-8
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Objectives Understand how the spreadsheet design  principles of accuracy and efficiency are applied  to the Spreadsheet 2 Project. Know which objective each chart type depicts  best. Become familiar with common charting pitfalls  and how to avoid them. Know what spreadsheet topics to study for  Exam 2.
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Order of Operations Parentheses Multiplication and Division Addition and Subtraction
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Formula vs. Function Formula – created by you Function – keyword defined by Microsoft Functions are more flexible than formulas.
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Common Functions SUM AVERAGE MIN and MAX COUNT
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Isolate Assumptions Store numbers in cells Write equations to point to cells containing  numbers
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Relative, Absolute & Mixed A1 $A$ 1 $A1  or  A$1
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