1 EDIT202 Spreadsheet Lab Assignment Guidelines Getting Started 1. For this lab you will modify a sample spreadsheet file named Starter- Spreadsheet.xls which is available for download from the Spreadsheet lab page on the course WebCT site. The link to this file is listed under the Needed Files section of the basic lab. Download this file to the computer (if you are working from lab on campus be sure to select Save As from the File menu and save it to a safe location that will not be deleted upon re-start). 2. Using Microsoft Excel create a marking spreadsheet of a fictional class that meets the following guidelines. Name this file LABSEC-CCID- SpreadSheet.xls. To launch the Microsoft Excel program, locate the Microsoft Excel icon, and double click. To launch the program from the Start menu in the ED South 155 lab you can select Start > Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft Excel Once you have launched Microsoft Excel you should see the program interface with a blank worksheet labeled Workbook1.
2 Choose File > Open, then browse for the saved sample spreadsheet that was downloaded from the course WebCT site. 3. You will need to make sure that the following toolbars are available in order to be able to complete all of the steps in the tutorial: Standard, Formatting, and Drawing Using the View menu choose Toolbars check of the name of a toolbar to add it to view. Worksheet 1 4. Create columns to calculate the percent for each raw mark 4a. Insert a new column to the right of each Raw Marks column To insert a new column, left click inside any cell on the right side of where you wish the new column to appear (new columns are inserted to the left of the selected cell or column). Choose Insert > Columns 4b. Enter Percent in the column header of each new column To enter information into a spreadsheet, click the mouse on the cell where you want data to appear, then type.
3 4c. In the Percent columns, create a formula that will calculate the first student's percentage for that assignment or exam (Raw Mark / Marked Out Of). Use relative and absolute cell referencing. In order to properly use formulas all formulas must start with an equal sign, e.g. =B5-B20. When typing in formulas, the formula should be typed where you want the result to be displayed. For example in the sample sheet below to calculate the first percentage the correct formula would be, =A2/B6 and the formula would be typed in cell B2. As an alternate to typing out each cell reference you can use your mouse. Once you begin a formula by entering an equal sign, then click your mouse on a cell you wish to use as a cell reference. You should notice that the cell
4 reference is automatically entered into the formula. (This means when you are done your formula hit enter on the keyboard instead of clicking on another cell.) A relative cell reference is automatically adjusted when copying a formula to other cells. For example, if the following formula, = A1+B1 was copied, from cell C1 down to C2, the formula when copied would change to = A2+B2 An absolute cell reference refers to a value that does not change when being copied to other cells. For this example the same formula as above will be used but with one small change: absolutes will be added to the row values in the formula. In Microsoft Excel absolutes are represented as dollar signs, $). The absolute value in the percentage equation is the Marked Out Of value in cell B32. This is the value that each of the students Raw Scores will be divided by. Using this information it will be up to you to think of where to place the absolute ($). 4d. Copy the formula down the column so that it determines the percentage for each student. To copy a formula, click on the bottom right-hand corner of the cell that needs to be copied and a little black crosshairs will appear. Drag down to include all the cells in the range. Release the mouse and we see our formula successfully copies with the correct results in our chosen cells.
5 4e. Format each students percentage to be displayed in percent format and to include one decimal place (e.g. 65.4% not 0.654). To get all of the numbers on your spreadsheet displayed in a consistent manner, such as an equal number of decimal places, you need to set a number formatting option. To do this, first highlight the whole block of cells you want to format. The cells do not need data in them to complete this step; any data entered later will be formatted in this manner. You can then set the number of decimals in two ways: o Click once on the Increase Decimal button on the formatting toolbar. o The other way of adding decimals is to click on the Format menu, then click on Cells. Click on the Number tab, set the options as shown below, then click the OK button.
6 In this window, the data can be formatted to look like currency with a $, or like percentages with a %. The results of our formulas or any other data can be formatted on our sheet to look like any type of data by selecting a different Category and setting different options. 5. Create a column to calculate the overall final mark for each student. 5a. In the column to the right of the Final Exam Percent column enter the column header Final Mark 5b. Create a formula to calculate students final weighted mark ((Assignment 1 Percent X Assignment 1 weight) + (Assignment 2 Percent X Assignment 2 weight) (Final Exam Percent X Final Exam weight)) 5c. Format the results for each student s final mark to be displayed in percent and to include one decimal place e.g. (65.4% not 0.654). 6. Create a new column to display if students received honors or not. 6a. In the column to the right of the Final Mark column enter the column header Honors 6b. Insert a formula that will display an H in the Honors column if the student got a final mark that is equal to 80% or higher and will display an R if they did not get a mark over 80% (Hint: you will want to use the IF function to do this) Note: Ensure that a mark of exactly 80% receives honors Some helpful symbols for you: > greater than < less than >= greater than or equal to <= less than or equal to
7 If you have never used functions within Excel, it is recommended at this point that you go to the Functions section of your Prep Sheet read up on them. To insert a function into a cell, click on the cell, then select Function from the Insert menu. This opens the Insert Function window. Choose the desired function, and click OK. If you can t find the function you are looking for select the All category and you will see all functions listed in alphabetical order. Your current assignment also makes use of the "IF" function, specifically to determine whether or not students will receive honors. The "IF" function is referred to as a conditional function. A conditional function can return different results based on a certain condition being evaluated to True or False. The "Logical_test" text box shown in the above screenshot is where you type the condition that will be evaluated.
8 So if that condition proves to be True we can get it to return a certain result, and if that condition proves to be False then we can get it to return a different result. NOTE: The following is an example of using the IF function. Refer to step 6b in the grey box above for the criteria you should use in this assignment. What is being tested in the example (please note this is only an example and will differ that what is needed for your assignment) shown below is whether or not the value in cell A5 is greater than 10 by typing "A5>10" in the "Logical_test" text box. So on the spreadsheet the phrase, "Yes the number in A5 is more than 10", would appear in the cell we selected before opening the function wizard. If the value in cell A5 was less than 10 then the condition would be evaluated as "False", and the statement, "No the number in A5 is not more than 10" would appear in the cell we selected before opening the function wizard.
9 7. Sort the students on your spreadsheet in ascending according to their ID number. (Note: be sure that the students data gets sorted along with the ID numbers, otherwise you will mix up which marks go with which student) First, indicate which data in the spreadsheet is to be sorted. Select the range of data you want to sort, making sure that all the data you want to move as a result of the sort has been selected. Select Sort from the Data menu. The Sort options window appears. Choose either Header row or No header row, based on whether or not you included the column headings when you selected your sort data. Selecting the Header row option will in fact eliminate the top row of your sort data in an attempt to remove the column headings from your sort. From the Sort by drop down menu, choose which column you want to sort, then choose to sort it in Ascending or Descending order. Once finished, click on OK and view your sheet to make sure the data has been sorted correctly.
10 8. Bold the main title and change the font and size to Arial 24. Merge and Center the title across all of the columns containing data in the spreadsheet. 9. Bold the individual column headings as well, and merge and center them across the two columns for each assignment and exam (raw mark and percent). To format the data on your sheet there are a few different options. First, select the cell or range of cells you want to format. You can use the available buttons on the formatting toolbar. You can also select Cells from the Format menu then select the Font tab to change the font size, style, or color. There are many more options when you use Format Cells, however using the formatting toolbar is quicker and more convenient. Merging cells is where you take a range of cells and merge them together as if they are one cell. An example of merged cells is shown below. Cells A1 through G1 of a sheet are merged (treated as if they were one cell), and the text is also centered within this larger cell area.
11 To merge data we first need to select the cells we want to merge. Start by clicking on the cell which contains the content you wish to keep. Then continue selected the range of cells you wish to merge into one. Then with the cells highlighted, use the Merge and Center button found on the formatting toolbar. 10. Format the borders around all cells of your sheet in the following way: Thin borders between the cells See sample assignment for full example To set borders, first select the range of cells around which you want to put borders.
12 Now select Cells from the Format menu and choose the Border tab. To select your borders you first select the line style. With the current line style selected, click on the border you wish to apply it to within the border display box. Continue this process until all your borders are created. Second: Choose a border First: Select a line style
13 Select the range of cells you wish to format and then select Cells from the Format menu then select the Patterns tab to change the background color of a cell. 11. Insert Cell Comments (as listed below in ) into the following cells Cell C3 (Assignment 1): Statistics Project Cell E3 (Assignment 2): Finance Project Cell G3 (Assignment 3): Design Project Cell N3 (Honors): H = honors R = regular Honors is awarded to a final mark of 80% or higher To add a comment to a cell, click in the cell to which you want to add the comment and select Comment from the Insert menu. In the comment box, type your comment text. When you finish typing the text you can single click on the edge of the box to place it in a different location. When you are happy with the placement, single click outside the comment box. Wherever the comment box is placed will be where it will appear when you drag your mouse over the cell that has the comment. To edit an existing cell comment, click the cell with the comment you want to edit, and select Edit Comment from the Insert menu.
14 12. Rename this worksheet Student Marks Note: An Excel document is called a workbook. A workbook can contain many worksheets. What you have been currently working on is one worksheet (currently named Sheet 1) within your LABSEC-CCID-spreadsheet.xls file. If you look at the bottom-left portion of the Excel program window you will see the following navigation arrows and tabs: The tabs represent worksheets; the bolded tab is the worksheet you are currently looking at. You can navigate between worksheets by clicking on the tabs. To rename an Excel worksheet right-click on the worksheet tab at the bottom of the screen and choose Rename from the context menu, then type in the new name. At this point it would be useful to compare your Student Marks worksheet with the same worksheet in the sample file (linked on the WebCT assignment page). You ll want to particularly scrutinize the results of your formulas and verify all the numbers match up. (In a real-world scenario, you would have to do this verification against some numbers you calculate yourself by hand or calculator)
15 Worksheet Start work in a new worksheet and name it Assessment Statistics 14. Inside the Assessment Statistics worksheet, type in the following row and column headers: 15. Format column and row headers to be bold 16. Format borders: thin borders inside. 17. Format the column widths so that all the text is visible in every cell There are several ways to format column width and row height. o You can click on a cell in the desired column, the choose Format > Column > Width and manually enter a width. o You can place the cursor directly over the line that divides two column titles so that the cursor become a double-headed arrow, then click and hold down the left button to resize the column
16 18. In the row titled Class Average insert functions that calculate the average mark for each assignment and exam. Format the results to display in percent with one decimal place. (Hint: use the AVERAGE function) Inserting these functions is the same process as you have done in step 6. The only difference is that you will have to reference cells on a different worksheet When you wish to reference a cell or cells from another worksheet select the desired worksheet and then click on the cell you wish to reference. You will notice that the cell information will automatically be inserted into your formula or function. 19. In the row titled Below 50% insert functions that calculate the number of marks below 50% for each assignment and exam. (Hint: use the COUNTIF function) If you can t find the COUNTIF function, change the category to All and search for it alphabetically
17 20. In the row titled 90% and above insert functions that calculate the number of marks above 90% for each assignment and exam (Hint: use the COUNTIF function) 21. In the row titled Between 50% and 90% create a formula that calculates the number of marks equal to 50% and up to 90%. (Hint: COUNTIF will not evaluate two criteria at once. So you will need to insert a function, then subtract another function from it) 22. Insert a pie chart in the Assessment Statistics worksheet that compares the number of students within the 3 different ranges of marks for the Final Exam (Below 50%, Above 90%, Between 50% and 90%). chart title: Final Exam Analysis insert as object within the worksheet
18 To create a chart in Excel first select the cells that contain the data that you want to appear in the chart. If you want column and row labels to appear in the chart, include the cells that contain them in the selection. To select more than one range of data, click and drag to select one range, and make sure it is highlighted. Then hold down the CTRL key on your keyboard and click and drag to select the next range of data. For our assignment the cells to select would look like this: Once you have your data ranges selected, click the Chart Wizard button on the standard toolbar, or select Chart from the Insert menu. Fill in the necessary information and click NEXT to move to the next options window Note: If you created the pie chart but did not include the category labels ( Below 50%, 90% and Above, Between 50% and 90%) then you will need to add them. To do this: right-click on the chart and choose Source Data choose the Series tab
19 click inside the box for Category Labels Now highlight the three categories on your spreadsheet. This should automatically enter them into the chart. Click OK Worksheet Create a line chart that tracks the class averages for all assignments and exams and meets the following criteria: marks data is along the Y-axis and that the range is 0% - 100% X-axis labels: the assignment descriptions Chart Title: Class Average Chart created on a separate sheet labeled Student Marks Chart (you can specify this at Step 4 of the Chart Wizard). All other chart options can be added but are considered optional. The initial selection for this chart would look like this:
20 Again, once you have your data ranges selected, click the Chart Wizard button on the standard toolbar, or select Chart from the Insert menu. Follow the same steps as with the pie chart. When Step 4 of the chart wizard appears. You can insert your chart as a new sheet in your workbook or as a separate object, like a piece of Clip Art that is placed into an existing sheet. Click on the As new sheet radio button the click on the Finish button. If you wish to further customize any part of the chart right-click on it and use the menu options available.
21 For example you will want to change the range of the Y-axis to be 0%- 100%. To do this: o Right-click anywhere among the percents displayed in the X-axis. o The Format Axis window appears. Choose the Scale tab and make your changes. Cell Protection 24. Modify your Student Marks worksheet so that only the cells with Raw Data (ie. Student Name, Student ID, Raw Marks for all assignments and exams) can be modified or have data entered into them when the sheet is protected. First select the ranges of data on the sheet you want to be able to edit after the entire worksheet has been protected. Select Cells from the Format menu. The Format Cells window should appear. Click on the Protection tab. Click in the box next to Locked to remove the check mark. Click OK. You have now set the Locked property for these cells to false. In other words you have unlocked these cells.
22 Our next step is to protect our entire worksheet. From the Tools menu select Protection > Protect Sheet. The Protect Sheet window appears. Leave the options as they are and click OK. This ensures that every object on your sheet, aside from the ranges of cells you unlocked, will be unchangeable after the sheet has been protected. To protect other objects or set options on your sheet, single click to add a checkmark in the above check boxes. You also have the option to assign a password. This way only the people that know the password will be able to unprotect the worksheet and make changes. However, if you are ever submitting a spreadsheet for marking you do not want to set a password. The person marking your sheet will need to unprotect it in order mark it. Now if you try to alter the contents of any of the locked cells, you will not be able to. You should, however, be able to modify the data in the unlocked cells. If you want to change the locked property of cells, the worksheet must be unprotected. Thus, once you have protected a sheet, you must unprotect it before you can modify the locked settings or any other settings.
23 To remove protection from a worksheet, select Protection > Unprotect Sheet from the Tools menu. If you entered a password, you will be prompted to enter the protection password for the worksheet. To move between unlocked cells on a protected worksheet, click an unlocked cell, and then press the Tab key. The Tab key is a handy way to let you cycle through the unlocked cells of a sheet. 25. Submit your LABSEC-CCID-SpreadSheet.xls file in WebCT. Steven Scott & Jeff Warner University of Alberta
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