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# This spreadsheet is going to be used to total up the number of tickets sold for the Sweet Charity production.

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Year 10 ICT Spreadsheet Report 1.0 The Needs of the User This spreadsheet is going to be used to total up the number of tickets sold for the Sweet Charity production. It will include the pupils, the number of tickets that they have bought, the cost of each ticket and the over all price to pay. This spreadsheet will help when additional invoices need to be sent out to people who still haven't paid or finished paying. 2.0 The Data That Will be Needed There are lots of different types of data that I will enter into the spreadsheet. Some of these are: pupils names, pupils forms, costs, pupils who have paid and more. All of this data will need to be collected beforehand. ...read more.

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the tickets, pupils that have bought them, their form, quantity, whether they have paid, how many tickets sold altogether, the total income from the tickets and if there are still tickets available. After inputting all of my data I formatted my ticketsales sheet. I added colour to my sheet by clicking these buttons. Although on this particular sheet I only used this button This is because I didn't wont to colour my text in. I also used formatting to determin wheather the pupils have paid or not. I also put all of forms in order numericly by year group then alphabetically by form. 4.2 The Graph Data Worksheet To create the graph data table I used the pupils' forms from the my ticket sales sheet to help my calculate how many tickets were bought in total for each form. ...read more.

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Until u reach the end and have a graph like this 4.4 How I created my Summary Data sheet I created a summary data sheet and named it ' Head Teachers Summary' 5.0 The Formulas and Functions I Used The formulas I used are detailed above in the following points 3.2 and 3.3. 6.0 The Graphs I created and Why I Created them I created the graphs to show my findings and make a comparison to the amount of tickets sold in each form and each year. I used bar chart graphs to compare the tickets sold in each year. But for the comparison of all the tickets sold together. 7.0 Explanation of How My Spreadsheet Answers 'IF' Queries I have used the 'IF' function to tell me if there are any seats available. To do this I entered the following formula: =IF(H2<300,"yes","no"). 8.0 How I used the SORT Function 9.0 How I Ensured My Work Was Accurate And Safe ...read more.

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