Use an absolute cell reference to refer to the cell tha result should be in

Use an absolute cell reference to refer to the cell

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Use an absolute cell reference to refer to the cell tha result should be in currency format. If your calculations are correct, cell C $1,960.00. 2. Copy this formula for the rest of column C. Now, we are going to experiment with Excel functions. If you need to look up the correct function, click on "Fx" button in t and type in a brief description of the calculation you are trying to a 3. In row 13, use an Excel function to total columns B and C. 4. In row 15, use an Excel function to count the number of months. 5. In row 16, use an Excel function to calculate the average sales in colum 6. In row 17, use an Excel function to identify the highest sales amount in 7. In row 18, use an Excel function to identify the lowest sales amount in 8. Make sure that the results are formatted correctly. Currency va currency format. Finally, insert a chart. 9. Insert a bar chart with the title. " TY Planned Sales vs. LY Actual Sale should be the horizontal axis and the sale should be the vertical axis. Edi that the axes are labelled. Include a legend. 10. Save and proceed the the third worksheet.
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he amount of sales u can refer to it in at contains 30%. The C7 should result in the Formula tab accomplish. mns B and C. n columns B and C. n columns B and C. alues should be in es". The months it appropriately so
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6 6 Average $ 2,691.67 $1,884.17 Maximum $ 3,450.00 $2,415.00 Minimum $ 2,100.00 $1,470.00 Number of Months Instructions: 1. We wish to obtain the data from "= the name of the worksheet, foll data you wish to have in this cell". B15". 2. Use the fill handle to copy and 3. Ensure that all data is formatted 4. Save and proceed to the fourth
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m the "Functions" worksheet. In cell B2, type lowed by an !, then the cell that contains the . So in this cell, you should have..."=Functions! complete the remaining cells on the table. d appropriately. h worksheet.
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Date: 11/13/17 Invoice #: 145-10 Customer: Carbonne Quantity Description Unit Price Line Total 5 Fettuccini, Black Bean Flavor $12.00 $60.00 7 Fettuccini, Sundried Tomato Flavor $10.00 $70.00 9 Fettuccini, Thai Basil Flavor $10.00 $90.00 3 Fettuccini, Black Bean Flavor $12.00 $36.00 ello ARTIS A N PASTA INVOICE
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Instructions: 1. "Format as a Table"the table and choose a table style. 2. Enter a new line at the bottom of the table and complete the cells with the appropriate data. 3. In "Table Style Options", uncheck "Banded Rows" and checkmark "Banded Columns". 4. Filter the data so that only the entrees less than or equal to $12 appear on the invoice. 5. Save and submit.
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Go to Next Slide for Part 2 Data, Tables and Charts
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Samsun (Mi 2008 to 2017 2008 2009 2010 2011 Sales $80,420.00 $83,459.00 $85,692.00 $87,960.00 Net Income $27,681.00 $36,295.00 $40,773.00 $39,021.00 Net Profit Margin 34.42% 43.49% 47.58% 44.36% Sales Growth for 2008 to 2017 4.00% Net Income Growth 8.62% % Change in Sales 3.78% 2.68% 2.65% -0.59% 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 $0.00 $20,000.00 $40,000.00 $60,000.00 $80,000.00 $100,000.00 $120,000 Samsung Corporation Sales Sales Net Income Millions of Dollars Year
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ng Corporation Sales illions of Dollars) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 $87,440.00 $88,437.00 $82,484.00 $89,943.00 $93,723.00 $97,849.00 $38,350.00 $34,569.00 $38,760.00 $43,150.00 $36,978.00 $41,863.00 43.86% 39.09% 46.99% 47.97% 39.45% 42.78% 1.14% -6.73% 9.04% 4.20% 4.40% 0.00 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 $0.00 $20,000.00 $40,000.00 $60,000.00 $80,000.00 $100,000.00 $120,000.00 Samsung Trends Sales Over the Years Sales Net Income Year Millions of Dollars
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Instructions: 1. Format the table so the data is easily readable. Add some formatting to Trend differentiate between the column headers and the financial data.
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