Description of this paper

accounting help

Description

solution


Question

Question;The;Wine Depot, located in Santa Barbara, California, imports and sells high-;quality wine from around the world. Owner Barbara Fairfield is curious to see;how Excel might help her manage the business and account for its inventory. Her;husband, Bud, is the accountant in the family but hasn't had much experience;with Excel. He's hired you to help him construct several worksheets to help the;business better understand the financial and managerial aspects of the company.;To begin, you decide to create a worksheet of some of Barbara's wine inventory.;Start with worksheet ch2-06. Format the company name and worksheet title bold;and italics. Format the title of each column of data bold with a bottom border.;5455;Format;all values for the column Price as Accounting Number Format. Add two column;labels, Quantity and Value, to the right of the existing data and then insert;quantity amounts as shown below [Note: SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) is a unique;identifier for each of the distinct products and services that can be ordered from;a supplier.];SKU;Quantity;17521;4;16716;10;16528;12;16739;5;15347;7;17539;3;11599;1;14539;5;17840;12;13883;12;15966;24;17454;24;17024;10;16554;8;17425;7;17549;3;17578;2;17275;1;Top of Form;nsert a formula to;calculate value as quantity times price in cell 19, then fill- down this;formula for all cells in the table. Insert a text label ?Total? in cell H28 and;a formula to calculate the total value in cell I28. Insert two additional rows;after row 27. Add two American Syrah wines in those two rows: Carhatt, $34 (750;ml, year 2000, SKU 16769), quantity 10, and Cafaro, $35 (750 ml, year 2000, SKU;16874), quantity 15. Delete the row containing the American Merlot from;Wildhorse. Change the formatting of the Price and Value columns to include no;decimals. After using Excel's Help function to learn how to sort items in a;worksheet, sort the information on your worksheet by location and then by type;in ascending order. Change the name of Sheet1 to ?Pricing.? Create a copy of;this worksheet and place it before Sheet2, then change the name of this sheet;to ?Cost.? Add a label at cell C4 of the Cost sheet called Cost % in Bold;Italics. Type 60% as the cost percentage in cell D4 of the Cost sheet. Change;the name of the column ?Value? to ?Cost.? Create a new formula in cell 19 to;calculate cost as Price times Cost % times Quantity. (Be sure to use absolute;or relative references where appropriate.) Fill the formula in cell I9 down to;all items. Save the file as ch2-06_student_name (replacing student_name with;your name).;?;a. Print the completed Pricing worksheet in Value;view, with portrait orientation, scaling to fit to 1 page wide by 1 page tall;and with your name and date printed in the lower left footer and file name in;the lower right footer.;?;b. Print the completed Cost worksheet in Value;view, with portrait orientation, scaling to fit to 1 page wide by 1 page tall;and with your name and date printed in the lower left footer and file name in;the lower right footer.;?;c. Print the completed Pricing worksheet in;Formula view, with gridlines and row and column headings, portrait orientation;scaling to fit to 1 page wide by 1 page tall, and with your name and date;printed in the lower left footer and file name in the lower right footer.;?;d. Print the completed Cost worksheet in Formula;view, with gridlines and row and column headings, portrait orientation, scaling;to fit to 1 page wide by 1 page tall, and with your name and date printed in;the lower left footer and file name in the lower right footer.

 

Paper#40232 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

Price : $39
SiteLock