Excel Instructions using Excel 2010;1. Enter the appropriate numbers/formulas in the shaded (gray) cells. An asterisk (*) will appear to the right of an incorrect answer.;2. A formula begins with an equals sign (=) and can consist of any of the following elements;Operators such as + (for addition), - (for subtraction), * (for multiplication), and / (for division).;Cell references, including cell addresses such as B52, as well as named cells and ranges;Values and text;Worksheet functions (such as SUM);3. You can enter a formula into a cell manually (typing it in) or by pointing to the cells.;To enter a formula manually, follow these steps;Move the cell pointer to the cell that you want to hold the formula.;Type an equals sign (=) to signal the fact that the cell contains a formula.;Type the formula, then press Enter.;4. Rounding: These templates have been formatted to round numbers to either the nearest whole number or the nearest cent. For example;17.65 x 1.5=26.475. The template will display and hold 26.48, not 26.475. There is no need to use Excel's rounding function.;EXCEPTION: Continuing Payroll Problems A & B: CHAPTER 2;When calculating over-time rate for weekly salary, round regular rate to TWO decimals BEFORE calculating overtime rate.;Rounding can be accomplished by using Number function (using arrows) on Excel Home menu or by entering the formula;=(Round(Weekly/40,2))*1.5 (where "Weekly" entered as either the weekly pay or cell reference.);Failure to use the ROUND function will cause the OT rate to be incorrect.;5. Remember to save your work. When saving your workbook, Excel overwrites the previous copy of your file. You can save your work at any time.;You can save the file to the current name, or you may want to keep multiple versions of your work by saving each successive version under a different name.;To save to the current name, you can select File, Save from the menu bar or click on the disk icon in the standard toolbar.;It is recommended that you save the file to a new name that identifies the file as yours, such as CPP_A_Your_Name.xlsx;To save under a different name, follow these steps;Select File, Save As to display the Save As Type drop-box, chose Excel Workbook (*.xlsx);Select the folder in which to store the workbook.;Enter the new filename in the File name box.;Click Save.
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