Published at Wednesday, June 02nd 2021, 16:50:27 PM by Karen Spencer. Expenses Spreadsheet. For example, designing a calculator to each structural element included in a footer foundation - Normally you would estimate your concrete, reinforcing bar, excavation, back-fill, and form work separately. When using a specialized concrete footing contractor for an example, the contractor will arrive at the clients project site at the appointment time, walk the site where the proposed project will be, and look over the construction drawings. A well-designed spreadsheet calculator will deliver a nice bill of materials when you input depth, thickness, width, length of footer, and type of reinforcing material. The calculator delivers a total material cost, labor cost, plus the detailed bill of materials including 10 to 20% standard overage included in each bid.
Published at Wednesday, June 02nd 2021, 01:14:05 AM by Lolita Sutton. Expenses Spreadsheet. Add a Picture to the Background of the Comment This also involves adding an additional button to the Quick Access Toolbar. Follow the first four steps we used previously but this time add the Format command. Continue following steps 5 through 7 8. Click the Format button on the QAT 9. From the bottom of the list choose Format Comment 10. Click on the Colors and Lines tab If you only have a Font tab, go back and repeat step 7. 11. Click the drop-down next to Color and choose Fill Effects 12. Choose the Picture tab and then click on Select Picture 13. Navigate to the picture you want to use and select it 14. OK both the dialog boxes Voila, your comment now has a picture background. Comments are extremely useful to share your thoughts and ideas with others or simply to remind you of things you have done or need to do. You may never need to change the shape or add a picture to the background, but knowledge is power. You never know when ones of these skills could be just what you need. Reen Rose is an experienced Microsoft Certified Trainer and Microsoft Office Specialist Master. She has been described as focused, fun and very effective. Reen believes in guiding people to become empowered Microsoft Office users by giving them the skills they need to be successful, in an engaging and enjoyable environment.
Published at Wednesday, June 02nd 2021, 14:55:45 PM by Nellie Graham. Expenses Spreadsheet. If you would like to create a quick view of just a few records from Microsoft Access, you can simply copy the data from a datasheet view in Access and then paste the data into Excel. If you would like to have a static copy of a large amount of data from an Access database, you can save the data from an Access table, form or report and copy it to an Excel worksheet. These methods work well when you do not need to refresh the contents of the Excel worksheet every time there is a change in the Access data. If you would like the data in the Excel worksheet to be linked to the Access data so that every time the data in the Access database changes, the Excel data refreshes too, you might have to create an Office Connection. For example, you might store all your employees payroll data in an Access database and only include monthly summaries in an Excel worksheet.
Published at Saturday, June 12th 2021, 16:47:10 PM. Calculator Spreadsheet By Laurel Sparks. Hidden Rows and Columns. Unless you really need to hide any rows or columns, just dont. Why, well because they are hidden!. They can confuse users who are trying to follow the logic of a spreadsheet, users cant see them but Excel will still use those cells in calculations which can then appear to users to cause erroneous data. They can also cause issues with importing new data into your work book and issues with and VBA code. 3. Avoid Blank Cells, Rows and Columns. You may not always have a value for every single cell in your work book, but leaving cells completely blank has a massive impact on some functions in Excel. For example -AUTOSUM or using filtering with blank cells will affect Excels calculations. If you have blanks, always consider using zeros or an appropriate descriptive value such as NA.
Published at Saturday, June 12th 2021, 15:55:21 PM. Calculator Spreadsheet By Kathie Horne. Change the Comment Font or Background Colour This is easy to do but needs to be done through your operating system not in Excel. For Windows 7: 1. Right-click the desktop and choose Personalize 2. Click Window Color at the bottom of the box that opens 3. Click Advanced Appearance Settings 4. Under Item, click the drop-down arrow and choose ToolTip 5. Make changes to the look of the ToolTip 6. Click OK 7. Click Save changes Any comments that already exist will remain unchanged, but new ones will take on the modified properties. Change the Shape of the Comment The command that allows you to do this is not on a ribbon, so you need to add it to your Quick Access Toolbar. 1. Choose More Commands from the QAT drop-down 2. Change Choose commands from to All Commands 3. Highlight Change Shape and click Add to include it in your QAT 4. OK the dialog box 5. Select the cell with the comment you want to change the shape of 6. Click Edit Comment in the ribbon 7. Hover your mouse along the edge of the comment until the cursor changes to the four way arrow and then click If the Change Shape command you added to the QAT continues to be greyed-out repeat step 7. The comment box must be active for the command to be useable. 8. Click the Change Shape button and choose the shape you want
Published at Saturday, June 12th 2021, 15:07:51 PM. Calculator Spreadsheet By Darla White. If you share Excel spreadsheets with other people, you may want the option to leave comments to explain why you have done something, or to ask questions of the other users in regard to the data. Rather than picking up the phone, or sending a lengthy email you can put comments onto the spreadsheet. Comments are a lot like sticky notes that can be viewed, or removed. You may know the basics of adding comments, but I have included a few lesser known tricks. These skills can be used in any version of Excel although the 2013 and 2007 version steps may be a little different from the ones I am describing for Excel 2010. The Basics The basic commands for comments can be found using your Right-click menu or the Comments group on the Review ribbon. When you choose New Comment, a box will appear that includes the user name of your computer (you can change this in the General tab of the Excel Options) and a cursor that indicates it is waiting for you to start typing. When you navigate away from the cell the comment box will disappear and be replaced by a red triangle in the top right corner. Any time you hover over a cell with a red triangle, the comment will be displayed.
Published at Saturday, June 12th 2021, 14:14:45 PM. Calculator Spreadsheet By Autumn Clark. Keyboard Shortcuts When it comes to Excel keyboard shortcuts are something which when learned once goes a long way to save your precious time while working on Excel spreadsheets. Say for example, 1) When you want to select all cells all you need to do is press Ctrl + A. 2) In case you wish to go to cell A1 then you need to hit Ctrl + Home. 3) Similarly, when you want to go to the last cell in the range we press Ctrl + End. 4) When you wish to select from active cell to last cell in the range hit Ctrl+ Shift+ End. 5) Conversely in case you want to Select from active cell to A1 just press Ctrl+Shift+Home 6) When you want to go to next worksheet simply press Ctrl + Page Down. 7) Similarly, when you want to go to previous worksheet hit Ctrl + Page Up. Speed copying in Excel
Published at Saturday, June 12th 2021, 13:21:45 PM. Calculator Spreadsheet By Caitlin Carr. The most important thing I always keep in mind when creating a new Excel work book or worksheet is I NEVER assume that I will not want to add in new formulas or data to the spreadsheet because it is more than likely I will. With this is the forefront of your mind I would always spend around 80% of my time planning the spreadsheet and only 20% of my time implementing it. If you have not carried out spreadsheet design in this way before it may seem a little over the top, extreme or way out, or even inefficient, but the return on the investment of this time planning is extreme and way out also. Believe me it is quickly paid back over a very short amount of time. Once you have used this method and spend most of your time planning, the actual planning of the Excel spreadsheet in itself gets easier and more efficient. As we know the best return of investment to is to carry out an action once, and then reap the rewards over and over again by re using this action. In Excel an obvious example would be to create a macro that automates some activity you carry out on a regular basis or to create a template that will be re- used time and time again. This is my aim with this approach to spreadsheet building. To really plan the spreadsheet, and dont be afraid to spend a decent amount of time on it. My advice to you would be try this out on your next spreadsheet even if it seems a bit alien. Let me know how you find this approach to spreadsheet building.
Published at Saturday, June 12th 2021, 12:29:27 PM. Calculator Spreadsheet By Rene Paul. Another useful function is that you can add hyperlinks to your PowerPoint slides that lead to your MS Excel documents. This can prove useful should you want to have spreadsheets available to add extra information, if it is required during your presentation. Once you have created charts in MS Excel you may like any changes to them to be linked to PowerPoint slides. This is possible using the Microsoft Office Excel Chart Object, which allows you to create links to diagrams that have been updated, ensuring your presentation contains the most recent adaptations to spreadsheet data. Another application that you can paste your MS Excel data into is MS Word. This can be beneficial to those who need to create informative documents that feature spreadsheets.
Published at Saturday, June 12th 2021, 11:40:02 AM. Calculator Spreadsheet By Autumn Clark. Its tough to get recognition in the office. If your boss depends on Excel spreadsheets as primary sources of management information, here are some tips to consider. You may be receiving some of the spreadsheets your boss gets. You may even be in charge of preparing a few of those spreadsheets that your boss depends on for management information. If both you and he are getting information from spreadsheets submitted by other departments or staff, then he depends on them for that information. But what if you were in charge of consolidating the information from all those spreadsheets? What if you assembled all that information into an Excel dashboard that you send to your boss every day? Why, then your boss would read YOUR work first and foremost. He would rely on your dashboard as THE most important spreadsheet he receives.