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BIS 155 All iLabs + Course Project FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.bis155genius.com BIS 155 Course Project Excel Project BIS 155 Lab 1 of 7: Saddle River Marching Band BIS 155 iLab 1 Upper Saddle River Marching Band (New) BIS 155 Lab 2 of 7: Excel's Advanced Formulas & Functions BIS 155 iLab 2: First National Bank (New) BIS 155 Lab 3 of 7: Alice Barr Realty Analysis BIS 155 iLab 3: Luke Liberty Realty (New) BIS 155 Lab 4 of 7: Create Address Labels BIS 155 iLab 4 Student Education Trust Create Address Labels (New) BIS 155 Lab 5 of 7: Bruno's Pizza Analysis BIS 155 iLab 5: Carina's Pizza Analysis (New) BIS 155 Lab 6 of 7: Day Care Center BIS 155 iLab 6 (Week 5) Day Care Center (New) BIS 155 iLab 7 (Week 6) Analysis of a business Scenario BIS 155 Lab 7 of 7: Access Database BIS 155 iLab 8 (Week 7) Descriptive statistics, formatting, graphs, and regression analysis ******************************************************** BIS 155 Final Exam Guide (Cool Clocks, Inc.) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.bis155genius.com BIS155 Practical Final Exam Instructions 1 for Cool Clocks, Inc. (v2) Complete the tasks below using Microsoft Excel. You may refer to your notes, the textbook, or other resources (for example, you may search the Web for information). You may not get interactive help from any other person (either in person or via email, text messaging, IM, or other communications channels). I strongly recommend that you save your work frequently. 1. Formatting and charts (TCOs 1 & 3; 40 points) a. Enter your name and today's date on the Documentation sheet b. Select the Q1&Q2 sheet, and adjust the widths of the columns as needed c. Center the title "Cool Clock, Inc. Sales by Product" across columns A-D, increase the font size to 20, and change the font color to red. d. Bold the column headings "Product", "Unit Price", "Quantity" and "Total Sales". e. Add formulas to the Total Sales column to calculate the total sales for each product. f. Add a grand total at the bottom of the Total Sales column, in cell D8. g. Format the numbers in the Unit Price and Total Sales columns as accounting or currency format with a dollar sign and two decimal places. h. Create a 3-D pie chart on a separate sheet that displays the percentage of total sales for each product & the product name. (Do not include the grand total in the pie chart!). i. Make the title of the chart & the worksheet tab "Total Sales by Product". j. Place each product percentage of sales inside its pie slice. k. Place a legend forall products on the right side of the chart. l. Move the sheet named “Total Sales by Product” with the pie chart immediately after the Q1&Q2 sheet. m. Save your work (CTRL+s) - (but leave it open to continue). 2. Formulas and applications (TCOs 2 & 7; 40 points). a. On the Q1&Q2 sheet, in cell E8, add a formula using a lookup function that will look up the grand total in cell D8 in the table of sales and assessments in A11:B13, and display the corresponding assessment. Use a range lookup. (For example, if the grand total of $12,500 is displayed in cell D8, "Good" should be displayed in cell E8.) b. In cell E9 enter the label Highest Sales. In F9 enter a formula using a function to display the highest total sales value for any product. c. In cell E10 enter the label Lowest Sales. In F10 enter a formula using a function to display the lowest total sales value for any product. d. In cell E11 enter the label Average Sales. In F11 enter a formula using a function to display the average total sales value for all products. e. Format the labels and statistics (Highest Sales, Lowest Sales, and Average Sales) to display an outline (exterior border) around these cells for readability. Resize all columns for visibility. f. Add comments to cells F9, F10, and F11. In your comments, explain briefly in your own words what is displayed in each cell. g. Add gridlines and cell formatting and color formatting to cells A10:B13. h. Add a top and double bottom border to cell D8. i. Protect the worksheet so the contents cannot be accidentally changed by a user. Do not use a password. j. Save your work (CTRL+s) - (but leave it open to continue). 3. Data cleansing, lists, sorting, conditional formatting, and pivot tables (TCOs 4 & 8; 40 points). a. On the Q3 sheet, adjust the widths of the columns as needed. b. Column C contains each customer’s combined first and last name. Insert two empty columns to the right of column C, and use an Excel feature to separate the customers’ first names and last names into the new columns. In the first row, label the new columns Customer First Name and Customer Last Name. After doing this, delete the original Customer Name column. Resize the columns. c. Convert the list of orders (A1 – J21) into an Excel table. d. Sort the table into descending order (highest to lowest) by Order Amount. e. Apply conditional formatting to the Order Amount column so that order amounts greater than $100 are highlighted in green. f. Convert the table back into a range. g. Create a pivot table on a new worksheet that uses Customer Country as the row field, Product as the column field, and the sum of Order Amount as the values. h. Place this sheet immediately after the Q3 sheet, labeled Q3-Pivot. i. Format the cells in the Pivot table using all borders with accounting or currency format with 2 decimal places. Add gridlines to the Pivot table. j. Save your work (CTRL+s) - (but leave it open to continue). 4. Data consolidation, analysis, and reporting (TCOs 5 & 9; 40 points) a. Group the four sheets Q4 East, Q4 Central, Q4 West, and Q4 Summary. b. While the sheets are grouped, bold the labels in row 1 and column A, and format the values in cells B2:E5 as currency with no decimal places. Resize all columns. c. Ungroup the sheets (very important!). d. On the Q4 Summary sheet, use 3D formulas to create a summary that displays thetotals for each product and quarter over all 3 regions (East, Central, and West). e. Create a clustered column chart that shows total sales of each product in each quarter. Each cluster should represent a quarter, and each individual column should represent sales of a product within that quarter. Place your chart on the Q4 Summary sheet to the right of the data. Give the chart an appropriate title. f. Add a trend line to the chart to show how sales of alarm clocks are changing over time. g. In the space provided on the Q4 Summary sheet, write a brief (2-3 paragraph) analysis report to the manager of the Cool Clocks business. In your report, explain your findings on the trend in sales of alarm clocks, and any other patterns you observed in sales of the product categories; and recommend at least one specific action that Cool Clocks should take regarding the alarm clocks product line. h. Save your work (CTRL+s) - (but leave it open to continue). 5. What-if analysis (TCO 6; 40 points) a. On the Q5 sheet, please format the Title row at the top of the worksheet stating “Detailed Sales What-if Analysis”. Make sure it is centered across columns A – G and has a heading format. b. Enter formulas in cells B6, B7, and B8 to calculate the total sales, total cost, and net income for a new product line, based on the projected unit sales, unit price and unit cost provided. c. Adjust column widths as needed and format all values except unit sales as currency with no decimal places. d. Complete the onevariable data table under the heading “Effect of Varying Unit Sales on Total Sales, Total Cost, and Net Income” to calculate the total sales, total cost and net income for projected sales of 80, 9 ******************************************************** BIS 155 Final Exam Guide (Music on Demand) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.bis155genius.com Complete the tasks below using Microsoft Excel. You may refer to your notes, the textbook, or other resources such as the Web You may not get interactive help from any other person, either in person or via email, text messaging, instant messaging, or other communications channels. I strongly recommend that you save your work frequently. You have 4 hours to complete this exam. Note: Be sure to spell check on every worksheet and correct all spelling errors. Getting started Open Excel (either on your desktop or in Citrix) If you are using Citrix, you need to upload the spreadsheet to your virtual drive before you can open it in Excel Open the Practical Exam spreadsheet you downloaded from the course Exam page.Save the spreadsheet as LastnameFirstInitial Week8 FinalExam.xlsx. (i.e., if your name were Jane Doe, your file name would be: DoeJ Week8 FinalExam.xlsx) Questions/Problems Formatting and charts (TCOs 1, 2, and 3; 30 points) Using the Documentation sheet: a. Enter your name and today's date.Using the ‘Quest 1 & 2’ worksheet: Adjust the widths of the columns so all data is visible. Center the title "Music on Demand - Sales by Product" across columns A-D. Increase the font size to 16, and change the font color to red. Bold the column headings "Product", "Unit Price", "Quantity", and "Total Sales". Add formulas to the Total Sales column to calculate the total sales for each product. Add a grand total at the bottom of the Total Sales and Quantity columns. Format grand totals so that they are easily read. Format the numbers in the Unit Price and Total Sales columns as accounting or currency format with a dollar sign and two decimal places. Format appropriately. Correct spelling by using the Spell Check feature. Create a 3-D pie chart on a separate sheet (Chart1) that displays the total sales for each product. (Do not include the grand total in the pie chart!) Move the chart to a new worksheet titled “Chart 1”. Make the title of the chart "Total Sales by Product". Place each product name and its percentage of sales at or inside its pie slice, with product names off to the right as well. Move the Chart1 pie chart worksheet immediately after the Quest 1&2 sheet. Save your work (CTRL+s). Formulas, applications and statistical functions (TCOs 2, 3, 6, and 10; 30 points) Using the ‘Quest 1 & 2’ worksheet. Draw a box around the table at A22-B25, with a light shading color for the column labels. In cell E18, add a formula using a lookup function that will look up the grand total in cell D18 in the table of sales and assessments in A22:B25, and display the corresponding assessment. (For example, if the grand total of $505 is displayed in cell D18, "Good" should be displayed in cell E18.) In cell E19 add the label Highest Sales. In F19 add the function formula for Maximum based on the Total Sales column. In cell E20 add the label Lowest Sales. In F20 add the function formula for Minimum based on the Total Sales column. In cell E21 add the label Average Sales. In F21 add the function formula for Average based on the Total Sales column. Place a border around the statistics data and widen columns as needed for readability. Save your work (CTRL+s). Lists, sorting, charts, and conditional formatting (Excel; TCOs 4 and 6; 40 points) Using the ‘Quest 1 & 2’ Worksheet: Convert the list of products, unit prices, quantities, and total sales in A3:D17 into a table on the Quest 3 – Lists & Sorting sheet starting in cell A1. Using the ‘Quest 3 – Lists & Sorting’ worksheet: Sort the table into descending order (highest to lowest) by Total Sales. Apply conditional formatting to the Total Sales column so that sales greater than $1,000 are highlighted in green. Create a pivot table using the table data from Quest 1 & 2 on a new sheet and name it MoD-3b. Then move it after ‘Quest 3 Lists & Sorting’. Create a pivot showing the list of products in alphabetical order, showing total sales by product with appropriate currency formatting. Create, on this same sheet, a line graph using the sales data from the pivot table. Add chart title and labels as appropriate. Save your work (CTRL+s). Functions and Financials (TCO’s 2, 6, and 7; 30 points) Using the Quest 4Financials worksheet: Complete the Profit and Loss Statement provided by adding formulas (referenced shaded cell locations) and using the product andTotal Sales data already included in Quest 1 & 2. Note: Do not just re-key the data, but use references from the original data. Format the Total Revenue, Expenses, and Net Income in bold, and choose a fill color for the Net Income. Perform a one-way analysis (i.e., Week5, iLab 6) to see at what sales volume level MP3 player sales add at least $1,000 to net income. Apply conditional formatting to the options that produce at least $1,000 in net income in the above table. Format all the numeric data and labels on the worksheet using consistent and business like formatting options. Save your work (CTRL+s). Continue using the ‘Quest 4 – Financials’ worksheet: Music on Demand (MoD) wants to apply for a 20-year loan and they need to know how much the monthly payment will be with a $10,000 down payment or a $20,000 down payment on a loan of $160,000. The annual interest rate is 3% and payment is assumed to be made at the end of the period. Complete the chart and calculate the monthly payment, using an Excel function. Secure/Protect, without a password, the Quest 4Financials worksheet tab. Save your work (CTRL+s). Organization, Planning and Consolidation Strategies (TCO’s 5, 7, & 8; 40 Points) Using the ‘Quest 5 – Organizing Data’ worksheet: Consolidate the information on the Quest 5Organizing Data sheet from the three (3) worksheets (DC Branch, Houston Branch, and LA Branch), using consolidation strategies that include: Group sheets and use the auto-fill to complete the list of months in Column A and add totals for rows and columns. Apply formatting to column headings and merge and center a title across row 1 for each sheet. Open the blank worksheet, Quest 5-Organizing Data, and on the data tab click consolidate. Choose the sum function to sum the data. Add each worksheet to the consolidated Summary. As an alternative to steps 3-5 above, use 3-D referencing to summarize the data. Add row and column summary totals on the Quest 5-Organizing Data Worksheet. Summarize your results using an appropriate chart type and place it below the summarized data. Spell check the worksheet. Save your work (CTRL+s). Analysis, Summary and Recommendation (TCO’s 8, and 9; 30 Points). Analyze the results from Quest 5-Organizing Data worksheet and create a report/memo with the following: Identify the top two selling items and the two lowest selling items. Add a Chart/Table (s) to reflect your results – or use the chart created in step 5 Offer management a recommendation to improve the business based upon your analysis. List at least two Lessons Learned from your course experience. Save and close your Excel file. ******************************************************** BIS 155 iLab 1 Upper Saddle River Marching Band (New) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.bis155genius.comScenario/Summary You are the assistant to the band director for the Upper Saddle River Marching Band, and you must prepare a report showing the status of the marching band fundraising event for presentation to the board of trustees. The report will summarize all sales of all items and include the total profit-todate with the amount remaining to reach the profit goal. You will open the partially completed workbook, create formulas, format for presentation to the board, and add charts to graphically depict the sales over time and by product. Deliverables STEP 1: Opening and Saving Download the spreadsheet, Week1 iLab Capital Fundraising Student.xslx. You will be prompted to save the file. Click yes. Open the saved file from your Download folder on your computer. Note: If you are using the Remote Lab environment you will need to follow the instructions for uploading the file. These instructions can be found on the iLab page when you click on the iLab icon on Course Resources. STEP 2: Adding a Documentation Sheet Insert a new spreadsheet into the workbook. Change the name from Sheet 2 to Documentation. The Documentation Sheet should be the first sheet in the workbook. Include your name, the date, and the purpose of the spreadsheet. Your documentation sheet should look something like the one below. Upper Saddle River Marching Band—Fundraising Event Creator Your Name Date Date Purpose Board of Directors Presentation on Fundraising Sales to date STEP 3: Format Your spreadsheet Apply formatting to your spreadsheet. Your goal is to take into consideration readability, reliability, and re-usability. Remember that presentation has an impact on the viewer, and professional appearance is important for reporting data, just as personal appearance impacts perception. The goal is to make the data more readable, and possibly to highlight data that might otherwise be lost in many numbers. The minimum formatting requirements (per the Grading Rubric) are: Title Rows formatted as titles Font Size changes Color Changes Use of Shading and Borders Currency and numeric formatting Note: Refer to the Formatting video in the lesson tutorials for help with this step. STEP 4: Add Formulas A. Create the formulas needed to calculate the following for each item: Net Selling Price = Selling Price * (1 - Sales Discount) Total Sales = Sum(Daily Sales) * Net Selling Price Total Profit = Total Sales - (Cost per item * sum(Daily Sales)) Average Profit % = Total Profit / Total Sales B. Create Grand Totals for the Total Sales and the Total Profit columns. C. Create the formula that will average all of the item profit %. D. Create formula to calculate the Remaining Profit needed to make the Marching Band goal for the fundraising campaign. Remaining Profit = The Profit Goal - Total Profit (all items) One of the strengths of Excel is its ability to make tedious and repetitious calculations, for speed and to reduce errors. Like all tools, there is always the possibility that you could use it incorrectly, so with formulas, it is important to verify the formulas you enter are correct. Note: Refer to the Creating Formulas video in the Lesson tutorials for help with this step. If you have done the Tutorial on formulas, you will have noticed, during the creation of the formulas, that there are many ways to accomplish similarresults. Remember that arithmetic formulas follow an order in which calculations are performed. I make it a personal habit to always use parentheses () to order the calculations in the order in which I want them performed, so as not to make a mistake. For example, if I enter the following formula into Excel, what is the outcome that I wanted? 6 + 4 * 10 Did I mean to have a result of 100 [(6+4) * 10] or 46 [6 + (4 * 10)]. Excel would give you 46. Excel will try to follow the following order of execution whenever possible, but I would use the best practice of always using parentheses to be certain of what you want. 1. Parenthesis 2. Exponents 3. Multiplication and division 4. Addition and subtraction STEP 5: Clean-Up Clean-up the formatting of your report, taking into account professional appearance. The minimum requirement (per the Grading Rubric): Apply a color to each tab (sheet) in the workbook Assign a descriptive name to each tab (sheet) in the workbook Printing Setup (for each sheet) o Create a Custom Page Header o Set the page orientation to landscape Note: Refer to the Formatting Cleanup video in the lesson tutorials for help with this step. Remember, professional appearance doesn't only promote better readability of your report, but represents you as a professional. STEP 6: Create Charts to Represent the Data Because a picture is worth a thousand words, create each of the charts below to further enhance your report. Each chart should be on a separate sheet in the workbook. • Pie chart • Bar chart • Line ch
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