2 use formulas to add or subtract 3 select the number

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2 Use formulas to add or subtract 3 Select the number format (dollar signs). 4 Select the percentage format (%) to two decimal places. 5 Select the border (double underline) 6 Use the Increase Indent button to indent items in the income statement. Saving & Submitting Solution 1 Save file to desktop. a. Create folder on desktop, and label COMPLETED EXCEL PROJECTS b. Save your solution in the folder you just created; add -solution-date to end of file name 2 Upload and submit your file to be graded. a. Navigate back to the activity window - screen where you downloaded the initial spreadsheet b. Click Choose button under step 3; locate the file you just saved and click Open c. Click Upload button under step 3 d. Click Submit button under step 4 Use formulas to link the balances on the adjusted trial balance to the amounts on the income stat Note that some balances are split between two different areas of the Income Statement. For exam Rent Expense is divided into two categories—Selling and Administrative. Format the numbers in the dollar columns with a comma and no decimal places (e.g. 5,460). Use sign at the top of each column and at the total (e.g. $26,201). Make sure the decimal places align.
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4 Viewing Results 1 Click on Results tab in MyAccountingLab 2 Click on the Assignment you were working on 3 Click on Project link; this will bring up your Score Card 4 Within Score Card window, click on Live Comments Report (lower right) to download spreadsheet wit
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5 Notes to the adjusted trial balance are located below the totals.
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  • Fall '08
  • SEYEDIN
  • Revenue, Expense, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, administrative offices

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