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My objectives are to keep track of the financial details of my football team using a database.

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GCSE Coursework for <<Tim Vague >> Project Title: <<Spreadsheet Project>> Black writing is the headings that you must use for your write up. Red writing is here to advise you and so can be deleted if you are certain that you have fulfilled the requirement. 1) Identify 1a) Background to the problem and end user For my project I am going to do a spreadsheet on the transfer details of a football club. I will use the spreadsheet to keep track of what players the club buys and sells and what sort of profit they make. The club needed help in keeping track of all their financial details and how much they are getting from selling players, and how much they are losing in buying players. This is why I am doing this spreadsheet. One sheet will be on the squad and what players they have bought to the club and the profits according. Another sheet will be what players the club has sold and the profits according. The third sheet will be on the total money the club has gained/lost in transfers. 1b) Possible alternative solutions There is more than one way of keeping track of financial details like expenditure and profit. ...read more.

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leaflets, or flyers. Another reason may be that someone may not want there address, email address or phone number known by some stranger. 3) Design 3a) Initial Designs for project This is my first initial design for my spreadsheet. I have sort of followed the layout of this but it is slightly different. This is my second initial design. It is pretty much the same as design 1, but the buttons are different. They are more like my actual ones. 3b) User feedback on initial designs Jon Bown ~ I really liked the first layout and the design really appealed to me. The pictures were great and so was the layout. Jake Kimpton ~ I thought the 2nd layout was appealing. The square buttons were better than the circular ones. Dave Wood ~ I thought both the layouts were really good, but I probably preferred design 2 because of the square buttons. 3c) Final designs THE SQUAD (sheet 1) SQUAD VALUE BOUGHT FOR MONEY LOST (BUYING) Fabien Barthez 9,000,000 8,000,000 -1,000,000 Roberto Carlos 20,000,000 20,000,000 0 Rio Ferdinand 18,000,000 21,000,000 3,000,000 Mickael Silvestre 14,000,000 6,000,000 -8,000,000 Lilian Thuram 22,000,000 18,000,000 -4,000,000 TRANSFER LISTED PLAYERS (sheet 2) ...read more.

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5c) Further improvements Jon Bown ~ I really liked the first layout and the design really appealed to me. The pictures were great and so was the layout. The macros' look good. Jake Kimpton ~ I thought the 2nd layout was appealing. The square buttons were better than the circular ones. Dave Wood ~ I thought both the layouts were really good, but I probably preferred design 2 because of the square buttons. I agreed with Dave and Jake and I felt the 2nd layout was the best and so that is why I chose to base the design of my actual spreadsheet upon design 2. I chose to have the buttons on my spreadsheet square as I felt they looked better, this of course is the same as design 2. I feel pleased with my spreadsheet however I feel I could have added a bit more colour and perhaps even added a few pictures, but all in all I feel pleased with what I have accomplished. I'm glad that I now know how to use macro's and create them, and that I can use formulas in a spreadsheet, I also feel happy that I now know how to validate the cells in a spreadsheet and protect them. Page 1 ...read more.

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