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HI!! 🙂 (WILLING TO NEGOTIATE)

THERE ARE 3 DIFFERENT ASSIGNMENTS FOR THIS QUESTION, I HAVE ATTACHED THE ASSIGNMENTS REQUIREMENTS AND EXAMPLES OF WHAT THE TEACHER IS ASKING.

EXAM 1– Is a spreadsheet on buying a computer| REQUIREMENTS ARE INCLUDED ON ATTACHMENT–PLEASE READ ATTACHMENT AND ITS ENTIRETY

EXAM 2– is making a school flyer, I have also included the logo for the school THAT HAS TO BE INCORPORATED| REQUIREMENTS ARE INCLUDED ON ATTACHMENT–PLEASE READ ATTACHMENT AND ITS ENTIRETY

EXAM 3–IS BUYING A VEHICE | REQUIREMENTS ARE INCLUDED ON ATTACHMENT AND EXAMPLES–PLEASE READ ATTACHMENT AND ITS ENTIRETY

HI!! 🙂 (WILLING TO NEGOTIATE) THERE ARE 3 DIFFERENT ASSIGNMENTS FOR THIS QUESTION, I HAVE ATTACHED THE ASSIGNMENTS REQUIREMENTS AND EXAMPLES OF WHAT THE TEACHER IS ASKING. EXAM 1– Is a spreadsheet o
Name: Computer Concepts, MS Windows & Internet Exam – Buying a Computer PROSKILLS – (Pages ECC 30 – ECC 32) For this Exam, you will need to read Essential Computer Concepts “Learning About Components of a Computer Systems” lesson in your textbook on pages ECC 1 – ECC 27, and refer to Visual Overview: Computer Advertisement on pages ECC 2 – ECC 3. Read the following information on pages ECC 30 – ECC 32 in your MS Office 2013 textbook. Fill in the System Requirements Table below.  Decision Making Identify Your Needs Before Purchasing a Computer Organize Your Data Research Buying a New Personal Computer – Type your information in the System Requirements Table (below) of this Word document. IMPORTANT: Include your name (first & last) at the top of this document. To receive full credit, you must provide complete responses for all steps. Do not e-mail Exam. When you are finished, upload your file to Computer Concepts, MS Windows & Internet Exam folder in PAL Dropbox. System Requirements Table (The table is formatted to Arial 8 pt font) Your Requirements Computer Retailer 1 Computer Retailer 2 Computer Retailer 3 Windows (Version & Edition) MS Office 2013 (Version) Brand of computer Processor (brand and speed) RAM (amount) Hard disk (size) Monitor (type and size) Printer (type and speed) Speakers Antivirus software Firewall (software or router with built-in firewall) System price Additional costs Total price Web Site Links (Copy and paste 3 different links from the address bar where you found your information for Computer Retailers 1-3 above) 1. 2. 3.
HI!! 🙂 (WILLING TO NEGOTIATE) THERE ARE 3 DIFFERENT ASSIGNMENTS FOR THIS QUESTION, I HAVE ATTACHED THE ASSIGNMENTS REQUIREMENTS AND EXAMPLES OF WHAT THE TEACHER IS ASKING. EXAM 1– Is a spreadsheet o
Microsoft Excel 2013 – Exam Page 4 of 4 Introduction to Computers – Polk State College Professor Tina Feleccia There are 3 Parts for this Exam (Part 3 is Extra Credit). You should complete MS Excel 2013 Tutorial 1-4 Assignments in your textbook BEFORE you begin MS Excel 2013 Exam. Grading: PART 1 – Creating a Worksheet – 70 Points PART 2 – Creating Charts – 30 Points (20 Points for Column Chart; 10 Points for Pie Chart) TOTAL: 100 Points PART 3 – Extra Credit: 3 Points – Enhancing the Worksheet, Column and Pie Charts PART 1 – Creating a Worksheet (70 Points) Searching for a Vehicle on the Internet Start your Internet browser, and go to your favorite search engine (Google, Yahoo, etc.). Search for vehicle that you would like to purchase. Hint: Search for a specific vehicle make and model (example: Chevrolet Camaro). To narrow the search, use keywords: (vehicle dealer name), and two-letter state abbreviation (FL). You need to find five (5) Prices: one Vehicle; five different Dealers (website addresses). IMPORTANT: You will need to copy and paste the URL (address) into your worksheet for each vehicle you find, so you may want to save the five different website addresses as Favorites in your Internet browser. Getting Started Create a New Microsoft Excel Worksheet (2013) Name of File: Buying a Vehicle Creating a Worksheet In cell A1, type the vehicle Make and Model you want to buy. (Example: Chevrolet Camaro) In cell C1, type Your Name (First & Last Name) Starting in cell A3, type column headings for data in table below. (Note: Dealers should be typed in A3, Prices in B3, and Website URL in C3). Enter each Dealer, Price, and Website URL, below the column headings in rows 4 – 8. (Vehicle Make and Model) Your Name Dealers Prices Website URL (Dealer 1) (Price 1) (URL 1) (Dealer 2) (Price 2) (URL 2) (Dealer 3) (Price 3) (URL 3) (Dealer 4) (Price 4) (URL 4) (Dealer 5) (Price 5) (URL 5) Column Width Change column A width to “AutoFit Column Width”; Change column B width to 13. Entering Functions and Formulas In cell A9, type: Average, then enter a Function in B9 to calculate an average vehicle price. In cell A11, type: Down payment, then enter a Formula in B11 to calculate 10% of the average price. Formatting Merge and center the title (Vehicle Make and Model) in columns A through B. Use Arial 10 pt. font for all information (text and values) in the worksheet. The title and all column headings should be Bold. Center align Prices column heading. Format as follows: All Prices and Average Price with a dollar sign ($) and no decimals; Down payment Amount as Comma Style with 2 decimals. Editing Cells, Renaming & Deleting Worksheets Change the column heading from Dealers to Vehicle Dealers. Change Sheet1 worksheet name to Sales; Delete Sheet2 and Sheet3. PART 2 – Creating Charts (30 Points) Note: Do not include the Average Price in the charts! Creating a Column Chart – 20 Points Insert a Column chart for Dealers and Prices (select “3-D Clustered Column” type). Move the chart to a “New sheet”; Name the sheet: Prices Column ChartNote: Dealers should be shown on the Horizontal Axis (X-Axis) Include the Chart Title (Above Chart): VEHICLE SALES. Include the Horizontal Axis Title (Below Axis): DEALERS. Turn off Legend (”None”), if necessary. Add Data Labels to (Show) “Value” for all Prices in the chart. Creating a Pie Chart – 10 Points Insert a Pie chart for Prices (select “3-D Pie” type). Move the chart to a “New Sheet”; Name the sheet: Vehicle Pie Chart Include the Chart Title (Above Chart): Vehicle Sales for 2011. Move the Legend to the Top (”Show Legend at Top”). Add Data Labels “Value” and “Percentage” (More Data Label Options…) for all of the Prices in the chart. Change Data Labels position to “Inside End”. IMPORTANT: When you finish Part 1 & Part 2 of this Exam, you should have the Worksheet, Column Chart and Pie Chart (3 worksheet tabs) in one file named Buying a Vehicle. PART 3 – Enhancing the Worksheet, Column, and Pie Charts (Extra Credit – 3 Points) Enhancing the Worksheet and Charts Apply Font colors, Borders, and Shading to the worksheet. Change colors for Data Series, Walls, Floor and Chart Area of the Column Chart. Change colors for Data Series and Plot Area of the Pie Chart. Note: If you use dark colors for shading, use light/bright colors for text to increase contrast. For example, use Red, Yellow or White text if you use Black, Dark Blue, or Purple shading. Examples: Red or Yellow or White Page 4
HI!! 🙂 (WILLING TO NEGOTIATE) THERE ARE 3 DIFFERENT ASSIGNMENTS FOR THIS QUESTION, I HAVE ATTACHED THE ASSIGNMENTS REQUIREMENTS AND EXAMPLES OF WHAT THE TEACHER IS ASKING. EXAM 1– Is a spreadsheet o
MS Word 2013 Exam Requirements Introduction to Computers Polk State College Professor: Tina Feleccia MS Word 2013 Exam – PSC Flyer is worth 100 points. For MS Word 2013 Exam, you will use MS Word 2013 to create a flyer for any activity or event at Polk State College. (You can suggest any appropriate activity or event.) The type of file must be a MS Word 2013 document (.docx) and the name of the file should be your LastName Flyer (for example, if your name is John Smith, your file name should be: Smith Flyer Margins should be 1” (top, bottom, left, right); and the flyer should fit on one page only! IMPORTANT: All text and graphics must be placed inside the 1” Margins. You may want to turn on the Ruler by selecting View, and then placing a checkmark () in the box beside the Ruler option.Use Tabs, or Left, Center and/or Right alignment. Do Not Use Spacebar to move text/graphics!Include the following information for the activity or event:  college name or college logo (Polk State College) title of the event or activity (such as Movie Night, PSC Baseball or Softball Game, etc.) location (where it’s going to be held – include city such as Lakeland, Winter Haven, etc. and campus location such as Student Center, Gym, etc.) date (month, day, and year), and time (AM or PM) Include any additional text information to describe the activity or event. The flyer must have a minimum of the following: 1 WordArt, 1 SmartArt, 2 Shapes (choose 2 different Shapes), and 2 ClipArt images and/or Photos (jpeg files). Note: You must select a Picture Style for each ClipArt and Photo. Additional WordArt, ClipArt, Shapes and Photos can be used. The flyer must have a Page Color and Page Border. Check Spelling before you submit your flyer. Do not abbreviate any information. Note: PDF files of Flyer Examples (previous students with old PSC logos) have been posted in the Content area of PAL (so you can view examples of the completed MS Word 2013 Exam – PSC Flyer). “New” PSC Logos are available in the Content area of PAL.IMPORTANT: Do not stretch PSC Logos from the top, bottom, or sides. To resize the logo, click and drag from the corners ONLY! You must submit your file to MS Word 2013 Exam – PSC Flyer dropbox on or before due date.

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