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Developing a Spreadsheet to assist Sparks five-a-side league.

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Sports League table Developing a Spreadsheet to assist Sparks five-a-side league My project will be based on the Sparks five-a-side league, which is based in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham. All of the games are based in Sparkhill Park and I am part of the organisation team so that is why I have decided to design my spreadsheet project on Sparks five-a-side. The league consists of ten teams, which were formed of all aged male groups from the area of Sparkhill. Each team entered having to pay a �30 sum, which went towards Sparkhill Forum group facilities. . The eventual winners would receive a trophy along with a trip to the London Dome and the London Eye for the whole team. The ten teams: (unofficial names only) 1. Allstars 2. Brummies 3. Hurricanes 4. Warriors 5. Wannabees Teams will get three points for a win, one point each for a draw and no points for a loss. If teams have the same points then the difference in the goals scored and conceded will separate teams. ...read more.


6. An accurate, well-presented and understandable System. 7. Should be user friendly and attractive ICT skills of the end user The end users will be anyone who wants to use the system to see the latest on Sparks league. It will be anyone at all ages so the ICT skills will vary. Therefore I have decided to produce a system which will meet everyone's needs as it will be more complexed and more user friendly in its designing. Resources to be used Most tasks are software and hardware based so I will have to search certain software programs and produce a minimal specification for the PC to see if they can be done. This applies to all the of the following: 1. Firstly I will have to ensure there is enough memory. This shouldn't be a very big problem as there will be plenty of space available. Microsoft Word, excel should not be a problem when it comes to space. I will have at least 10 records to store on this spreadsheet. ...read more.


* MOUSE - To make moving from programs and selecting options much quicker and easier. * DESKTOP -The store of the CPU (central processing unit), backing store, programs, files, and documents etc. * PRINTER - to print out documents. * FLOPPY DISKS - To save work and to ensure documents can be transported from home and school. I will need the following software for my project: * SPREADSHEET PACKAGE- This is to be used as the main base in which I will input my spreadsheet project. * DATABASE PACKAGE- To input all of the information that I will receive e.g.: interview sheets, latest results, and standings. * WORLDWIDE INTERNET- I will use the Internet, as my spreadsheet will be accessed via the Internet for the end users. Input, Processing and Output Requirements Sub tasks: (The eleven sheets and their names) 1. Introduction sheet 2. Main table page with options 3. Allstars team sheet 4. Brummies team sheet 5. Hurricanes team sheet 6. Superstars team sheet 7. United team sheet 8. Warriors team sheet 9. All game weeks results page 10. The six participating teams sheet 11. The Exiting option page Nosheel Bashir ICT Coursework Candidate No.2117 Center No.2167 ...read more.

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