Excel Intermediate 2013 (SAQA 116940)
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- Lectures 41
- Quizzes 8
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Please read instructions below
PREPARE AND PRODUCE A SPREADSHEET TO PROVIDE A SOLUTION TO A GIVEN PROBLEM.
ADJUST SETTINGS TO CUSTOMISE THE VIEW AND PREFERENCES OF THE SPREADSHEET APPLICATION TO SUITE THE SOLUTION CREATED FOR THE GIVEN PROBLEM.
- Toolbar menus are switched off and on. – Copy
- The view of the spreadsheet is enlarged and made smaller. – Copy
- The way that the spreadsheet is viewed is changed. – Copy
- Cells are frozen to prevent scrolling. – Copy
- The default file location is changed. – Copy
- A user name is added to the file. – Copy
- Excel Int Session 2 – 2013
- Excel 2 Quiz 2 – Copy
WORK WITH MULTIPLE WORKSHEETS TO SUITE THE SOLUTION TO THE GIVEN PROBLEM.
- The purpose of using multiple worksheets within one spreadsheet file are explained with examples. – Copy
- New worksheets are opened. (Minimum 3 worksheets) – Copy
- Worksheets are renamed in terms of their purpose within the solution to the given problem. – Copy
- Cells are manipulated between worksheets. – Copy
- A worksheet within a workbook (or spreadsheet) is deleted. – Copy
- Excel Int Session 3 – 2013
- Excel 2 Quiz 3 – Copy
APPLY FORMULAE TO WORKSHEETS TO PROVIDE ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS TO THE GIVEN PROBLEM.
- Formulae are entered taking into consideration the natural order of operation. – Copy
- Formulae are entered to deliberately change the natural order of operation. – Copy
- Formula error messages are correctly interpreted and the formula corrected accordingly. – Copy
- The difference between relative and absolute cell addressing is demonstrated by using it in a formula. – Copy
- Data are changed to test possible solutions to the given problem without having to change formulae. – Copy
- Scenarios are created that demonstrate different possible outcomes. – Copy
- Excel Int Session 4 – 2013
- Excel 2 Quiz 4 – Copy
APPLY SIMPLE BUILT-IN FUNCTIONS OF THE SPREADSHEET APPLICATION TO THE GIVEN PROBLEM.
APPLY FORMATTING TO A SPREADSHEET APPLICABLE TO THE GIVEN PROBLEM.
USE SPECIAL EFFECTS TO IMPROVE THE PRESENTATION OF THE SPREADSHEET.
EVALUATE A SPREADSHEET TO COMPLY WITH THE GIVEN PROBLEM.
- The spreadsheet is evaluated for compliance with a given problem, appropriate formatting, readability, legibility, presentation, accuracy, and data integrity. – Copy
- The spreadsheet is modified if required and compliance with the brief is confirmed. – Copy
- Excel Int Session 8 – 2013
- Excel 2 Quiz 8 – Copy