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Choice of Software The software I have chosen to implement the new system is excel. I have chosen spreadsheets excel because of it ability: * To enter a number, formula or text into any cell * For formulae and other data can be copied into groups of cells. * To create macros, which are a series of command crated by the user that the spreadsheet would perform automatically. * To protect worksheets so users cannot accidentally destroy formulae or headings. * To customise menus and toolbars * To format so it is clear to the user where to enter data. System overview The new system would work in two ways the first way is as templates. ...read more.

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Monday, Tuesday etc, names and signing in/out. These labels will be placed at the head of its column. The type of data I would be entering would be mainly numbers. The new system will use simple formulae involved with the process of add and subtracting numbers. The new system will also involve formulae's with more complicated functions like the, IF function and the average function. IF (logical_test, value_if_true, value_if_false) an example of an IF function would be if a number exceeds 60 then the statement will read false, if it is less than 60 the statement will read true. The new system will also be formatted to make it easier for the user. An example of one of the formats the new system would have would be conditional formatting. ...read more.

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duties button, add duties data then print out duties sheet * Test briefing time button * Test work performs button * Test validation cells * Test conditional format cells * Test IF functions Test data and expected outcome Signing sheet Morning Afternoon Evening Names In Out In Out In Out Mark 1 1 1 Gary 0 1 0 Sue 1 0 0 Duties sheet Names 8:00am 9:00am 10:00am Break 12:00 Pm 13:00 Pm 14:00 Pm Lunch 16:00 Pm Mark Stock Serve Serve / Chillier Chillier Serve // Serve Gary Stock Serve Serve / Chillier Chillier Serve // Serve Sue Stock Serve Serve / Stock Stock Stock // Serve Performance No.s Outcomes Names Monday Tuesday Etc Total Mark 5 1 6 Average performance Gary 3 4 7 Average performance Sue 7 8 15 Good performance ...read more.

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