Part 3 – What-If Analysis

Analysis Worksheet – In this part of the exam we need to find out how much the markup would need to be increased to produce a total increase in the sales price of the amount specified. The excel tool to accomplish this is the Goal Seek feature. In order for this to work we need to have the sales price dependent on the markup value which you created in Part 2.

If the sales price does not change with a change in the markup price then Goal Seek will not work.

Goal Seek is covered in Chapter 8 page 498.

1. Copy the Revenue worksheet to a new tab changing tab name to Analysis
2. Change the tab color to Orange, Accent 2, Lighter 60%
3. Change the text in cell A1 to Analysis
4. Change background fill color the cell A1 to Orange Accent 2, Darker 25%
5. Add the range name Analysis_Total for the Sales total revenue cell at the bottom of the column. The scope of the range name should be the workbook and not restricted to a worksheet.
6. Use Goal Seeking to adjust the Markup value in cell H2.
• The Sales Price total value is \$20,000 higher than the value in the Revenue worksheet.
• You must use Goal Seek.
• Widen the column enough to display the result at the bottom of the column.
7. Format the data area A3:H419 including the column headings but not the totals at the bottom of the columns as a Table using style Medium 3 (1st row in Medium list, column 3)
• Select Yes if you receive the message “Your selection overlaps one or more data ranges. …”
8. Change the fill color for the column headings in row 3 to match row 1. – see example

Part 4 – Sorting and Filtering

Filtered Worksheet – In this part of the  you will be sorting on multiple columns, adding subtotals and then applying filters to the data. Most of this content was covered in chapter 4.

Caution – You must select the correction worksheet area before sorting. If you don’t then you will corrupt the data and end up with multiple subtotals in each category.

1. Copy the Revenue worksheet to a new tab and name it Filtered
2. Change the tab color to Blue, Accent 1, Lighter 60%
3. Change the text in cell A1 to Filtered
4. Change background fill color the cell A1 to Blue, Accent 1, Darker 25%
5. Delete the totals and adjacent text at the bottom of the data rows in the Filtered worksheet so only the sales remain.
6. Add a filters for the column headings in row 3 of the Filtered worksheet.
7. Using the Sort button on the ribbon, add a Custom Sort Sort the data by the Category Name in ascending order (A to Z)
8. Add a secondary sort on the Quantity in ascending order (Smallest to Largest)
9. Add Subtotals for Order Total and Sales Price with each change in Category Name and include Summary below the data
10. Change the filter to only show the Meat/Poultry Category and Meat/Poultry Total by selecting those values from the filter list see example
11. Add the range name Filtered_Total for the Grand Total in the Sales Price column. The scope of the range name should be the workbook and not restricted to a worksheet.

Part 5 – Create Totals Worksheet

Caution – You must select the correction worksheet area before sorting. If you don’t then you will corrupt the data and end up with multiple subtotals in each category.

1. Copy the Revenue worksheet to a new tab and name it Totals
2. Change the tab color to Gold, Accent 4, Lighter 60%
3. Change the text in cell A1 to Totals
4. Change background fill color the cell A1 to Gold, Accent 4, Darker 25%
5. Delete the totals and adjacent text at the bottom of the data rows in the Totals worksheet so only the sales remain.
6. Using the Sort button on the ribbon, add a Custom Sort Sort the data by the Category Name in ascending order (A to Z)
7. Add a secondary sort on the Order Total in descending order (Largest to Smallest)
8. Add Subtotals for each change in Category Name with a sum of the Order Total and Sales Price
• Note: You cannot add subtotals if you format your worksheet as a table!
9. Collapse the outlines to Hide Detail so that only the subtotals are displayed see example
10. Add the range name Grand_Total for the Grand Total of the Sales Price cell. The scope of the range name should be the workbook and not restricted to a worksheet.

Part 6 – Create a 3D Pie Chart

1. Create a 3D Pie Chart of the category names Beverages to Seafood and their associated Sales Price subtotals from the Totals worksheet
2. Move the chart to a new worksheet
• Name the new worksheet Pie Chart
3. Change the chart style to Style 8 (if you are not using office 2019 on a PC then choose the closest matching chart type)
4. Add Percentages and Category Name as the only data labels
• set them to display on the outside edge of the chart
5. Change the chart title 2021 SALES BY CATEGORY – see example
6. Change the name of the chart worksheet tab to Pie Chart if needed

Part 7 – Adding Summary Worksheet

1. Add a New Worksheet and named Summary
2. Change the Summary worksheet tab color to Dark Red (in the Standard Colors)
3. Enter the title  4 Summary in cell A1 and copy the format from cell A1 in the Revenue worksheet.
4. Enter text in the cells as indicated belowABCD1 2 Summary23WorksheetsValueMarkup %Range4Revenue5Analysis6Filtered7Totals
5. Bold the text in cells A3:D3, Center the text in cell B3
6. Indent the content of cells A4:A7
7. Add the formulas listed below to reference the named cells as follows:
• cell B4, formula = Revenue_Total
• cell B5, formula = Analysis_Total
• cell B6, formula = Filtered_Total
• cell B7, formula = Grand_Total
8. Format the values in column B
• using the comma style format with 0 decimal places
• adjust the column width so the values are correctly displayed
9. Insert a 3D references
• cell C4 to the Markup values from the Revenue worksheet
• cell C5 to the Markup values from the Analysis worksheet
• format the values as percent with 0 decimal places.
10. Paste the range names starting in cell D4 using the Paste List command (under Use In Formula).
11. Adjust the column width so all text in column D is completely displayed
12. Create a hyper link to each worksheet from the text in cells A4:A7
• i.e. link the text in cell A4 (Revenue) to the Revenue worksheet and so on.
13. Arrange the worksheet tabs in the following order from left to right
• Summary, Revenue, Analysis, Filtered, Totals, Pie Chart – see example
14. Select the Revenue worksheet.
15. Save the file and exit Excel
• Files can only be accepted to the class Drop Box using the  2 link

• Follow instructions: naming worksheets, correct placement of discount percentage, headers, footers
• Correct use of formulas: using cell references, functions including Sum and absolute references
• Formatting worksheet: layout, margins, header/footer, style
• Proper use of goal seeking to correct value. Is the Total Revenue in the Discount worksheet exactly \$20,000 greater than the Total Revenue in the Revenue worksheet?
• Create a chart as a worksheet from the sorted worksheet with subtotals.
• Data is filtered and correctly sorted

Upload the saved file as _Excel_Exam2.xlsx as the  2 assignment
Caution – Be sure to remove all circular references from your file.
If there is a circular reference you will receive a score of 0
Resubmit – This assignment CAN be resubmitted 1 time to improve your score.

Grading RubricPointsRequirements22Revenue worksheet header/footer, document properties, formatting, formulas, freeze panes10Analysis worksheet Goal Seek, format table15Filtered worksheet Sorting, Subtotals, Filter9Totals worksheet Sorting, Subtotals, Outline9Pie Chart Move Chart, Set Style, Title, Data Labels12Summary worksheet Formulas with range names, Hyper links, Paste names, formatting3Worksheet tab color and order correct80