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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
  • Word count: 264

GCSE AQA B Setting Up A Spreadsheet Model

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Booking System User guide Key: Speech bubbles are telling you how to do things. The square boxes are hints on how to make it better. Section 1: Setting up the worksheets In this section, I am showing how I set up my sheets and named my cells and sheets. ...read more.


Section 4: Setting up Data Validation You also have to create a error message, so if somebody types in a letter that is not valid, a message comes up explaining why it isn't working. Section 6: Setting up Conditional Formatting To Set Up The Conditional Formatting You Have To. Section 7: Setting up the messageboard Section 8: Naming Cells (Naming Zones) ...read more.


Section 11: Not Needed. Section 12: Using CountIF statements to count the number of Adults, Teenagers & Children =COUNTIF(ZoneA,"C")+COUNTIF(ZoneB,"C") Section 13: Linking cells (e.g. linking floor 1 and floor 2) Section 14: Setting up the accounts page Section 15: Creating a menu Section 16: Creating macros to link the worksheets together Section 17: Decorating the booking system Section 18: Locking Cells ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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