Fall '17

CIS/Web 105:
Data Analysis & Analytics with Excel

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Allow 2-4 hours to complete each assignment. 
Start working on your assignment early enough to get some help if you get stuck.  Don't wait 'till the night before class to start.

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Thursday, Nov. 2 :  Class Canceled. 

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Conditional Formatting for Dates
  • Problem 2:
    • Review the section on Conditional Formatting in Office 365: Excel Essential Training  with Dennis Taylor at Lynda.com
    • Take handwritten notes in your notebook and follow along (duplicate their example) as you read the first part of Using conditional formatting to highlight dates (up to Highlighting weekends).
    • Enter 40 consecutive dates in column D starting with 8/29/17.
    • Use Conditional Formatting to:
      • Highlight dates from last month in yellow
      • Highlight dates in the current week in Red with White letters
      • Highlight today's date in Green with White letters.
    • It should look something like this... if today is the 14th:
      Note:  Don't just use the font section of the ribbon bar to change the colors... you have to do it with conditional formatting
    • You may find this useful as well Working with Multiple Conditions

Due Thursday, Sept. 14:

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