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Unformatted text preview: west cost, using the =MAXA( ) and =MINA() functions, using formulas. Pages 50‐53 of Computing with Excel and VBA have the step‐by‐step instructions regarding worksheet functions. The most important rule in spreadsheet design is to start with the end in mind. About 80% of the work should be planning and only 20% implementation. Consistency is the key; therefore the entire workbook should follow a similar format. If you are able to explain what you are trying to do in the worksheet to a classmate (who hasn’t seen your work), chances are you have a well organized spreadshee...
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