MkkyA1_07 - cells are different from input cells....

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CMA1 - ASSIGNMENT #1 - MARK KEY Student Name: Mark: Face Sheet Purpose is stated and complete? "Prepared by" is indicated? "Preparation date" is indicated? Input Sheet unit type is clear ($ vs. qty) -beginnning inventory calculation -ending inventory calculation Output Sheet report has correct figures report is properly centred (horizontally) subtotals and subtotal lines are correct $ signs complete and consistent consistent formatting of numbers Macro demo Macro executed properly per demo OR Spelling is correct? instructions to user are adequate & clear? E.g. user told to enter $ amounts without $ signs or commas; enter %'s as a decimal All payroll dates are generated from the first payday date which is a separate input item Is there a report date input cell with the date description and format indicated? input cells are clearly indicated using grid boxes and are shaded/coloured; non-input
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Unformatted text preview: cells are different from input cells. descriptions are clear for input items and all input items have been included? redundant items are not included as input items % complete/# of days input cells are clear for output report is on a separate sheet and has proper format all sheets have Co. name, proper title, and report date using concatenate ("for the month of…. .") underlines are consistent and don't vary in length JE's are complete, correct, properly dated, referenced and formatted T-account is complete, correct, properly refernc'd with proper dates, and formatted cell contents are included for all sheets and indicate proper referencing or formulas Macro button with proper description is included and executes properly in demo Macro coding & buttons included in hard copy and appear proper...
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2012 for the course ACCT 2460 taught by Professor Farrar during the Winter '12 term at Conestoga.

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