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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
  • Word count: 4363

The business I have chosen to make a system for is a pies and pasties company by the name of 'Owns pies and pasties' owned by Mr David Owen which is situated in Ashton and provide deliveries to many shops in the Stockport and Manchester area.

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Specification 1 Background To Problem 1 Statement Of Problem 1 Data Dynamics Of The Current System 2 Aims And Objectives Of New System 2 End-User Requirements 3 Data Dynamics Of The New System 3 Identified Sub-tasks Involved In Making The New System 3 Specification Of PC System Was Made On 4 Specification Of PC System Will Be Used On 4 Why Choose Excel? 4 Minimum System Requirements for Microsoft EXCEL 2000 5 Performance Criteria 5 1. Quantitative Evaluation Criteria 5 2. Qualitative Evaluation Criteria 6 The Testing Strategy 6 System Designer Testing Table 6 End-User Questionnaire 13 Specification Background To Problem The business I have chosen to make a system for is a pies and pasties company by the name of 'Owns pies and pasties' owned by Mr David Owen which is situated in Ashton and provide deliveries to many shops in the Stockport and Manchester area. Mr Owens business is quite new employing 7 people. At the moment they take around 15 orders a week and so have to crate an invoice for each order. The current procedure for creating an invoice for each order is done manually on paper mainly by the manager who is also the owner of the company. As the business is growing rapidly, they have found it is quite time consuming and very hard to keep track of sales and invoices on paper and the manager is finding it very hard to do this task along with many other managerial tasks. The computerised system would be more efficient as it would allow the files to be kept in order and more securely. Also all calculations will be more reliable and the process of creating invoices can be done faster and by someone other than the manager as it will be quite easy to use, therefore leaving him with more time to organise the company so it can expand a lot more. ...read more.

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PC with a Pentium 75 MHz or higher processor * Microsoft Windows 95 or later operating system, or Microsoft Windows NT Workstation operating system version 4.0 Service Pack 3 or later * For Windows 95 or Windows 98: - 16 MB of RAM for the operating system, plus an additional 4 MB of RAM for Microsoft Excel * For Windows NT Workstation version 4.0 or later: - 32 MB of RAM for the operating system, plus an additional 4 MB of RAM for Microsoft Excel * Available hard-disk space (Number indicates typical installation. Your hard-disk usage will vary depending on configuration. Choices made during Custom installation may require more or less hard-disk space): - Typical installation: 147 MB * CD-ROM drive * VGA or higher resolution monitor; Super VGA recommended * Microsoft Mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse, or compatible pointing device ADDITIONAL ITEMS OR SERVICES REQUIRED TO USE CERTAIN FEATURES: * 9600 baud modem; 14,400 or higher baud recommended * Multimedia computer required to access sound and other multimedia effects * Microsoft Exchange client or Microsoft Outlook required to run Office E-mail * 8 MB of additional memory required to run Office E-mail * Some Internet functionality may require Internet access and payment of a separate fee to a service provider The Testing Strategy In order to test my system I will use two different strategies. These strategies will test if the system meets the end-user requirements: 1. System Designer Testing 1 Normal accepted data. 2 Extreme data. 3 Erroneous data. 4 Interface components - those where data can be shown in a screen shot, e.g. a message box, an input box, the results of V lookup formulas, etc. 2. End User Testing 24 There is parts of the system that you can't show work with screen shots e.g. macro navigation buttons: start screen appearing first, etc. So these aspects will be proved in a questionnaire format completed by the end-user. ...read more.

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You Can Now Clear The Order Form For A New User."? 28. When you press the 'print invoice' button on the "Invoice" sheet does it print the invoice and tell you that your request is being processed? 29. When you press the 'clear order form and invoice' button on the "Order Form" sheet does it clear the "Order Form" and "Invoice" sheets and allow you to create an order from scratch? 30. When you press the 'clear order form and invoice' button on the "Invoice" sheet does it clear the "Order Form" and "Invoice" sheets and take you back to the order form and allow you to create an order from scratch? 31. When VBE is first opened, does it ask you for a password to gain access to the VBA codes? 32. Does the password "and1" open the VBA codes when entered into the VBA Project Password textbox when VBE is first opened? 33. Is the Name Of Customer on the "Invoice" sheet the same as on the "Select Customer" sheet? 34. Is the Date Of Transaction on the "Invoice" sheet the same as on the "Order Form" sheet? 35. Is the Price Of Stock Ordered on the "Invoice" sheet the same as on the "Order Form" sheet? 36. Is the Total Price Of Stock Ordered With V.A.T on the "Invoice" sheet the same as on the " Order Form " sheet? 37. Does the correct address appear in the address cell for each business? 38. Is a 10% discount given for orders that are >�500? 39. Is an 8% discount given for orders that are >�400? 40. Is a 6% discount given for orders that are >�300? 41. Is a 4% discount given for orders that are >�200? 42. Is a 2% discount given for orders that are >�100? 43. Is a 1% discount given for orders that are >�50? 44. Is a 0.5% discount given for orders that are >�20? 45. Is the correct price displayed with the correct discount deducted? ...read more.

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