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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can 8850 Form Coordinators

Instructions and Help about Can 8850 Form Coordinators

Welcome to assignment number one for Microsoft Excel in 2013. We're going to use Excel to create a spreadsheet for our business. We're going to launch the program and start a blank workbook. Now, since this is the first assignment that we're going to do with Microsoft Excel, we need to go through some of the things that you see in any spreadsheet. First of all, the spreadsheet is designed and organized according to cells, just like in the game Battleship where you have columns that are letters and rows that are numbers. You can identify cells such as this one by using coordinates, such as G6. To enter information into a cell, you simply click on it and start typing. So, I'm going to type "Employee Payroll" and press enter. You'll notice that this cell, even though it extends into column B, it is only in A1. Now let's use Excel as a payroll. We're going to keep track of the hours that our employees worked this week and we'll keep track of their wages. So, first of all, we need to put some column headings in. I'm going to put in the titles "Last Name," "First Name," "Hourly Wage," and "Date" (let's say January 1st). Press enter. Over here, I'm going to say that this column is for "Hours Worked" and this column is for "Total Pay." Now, you can see that you can expand a column by clicking between the column headers, like between D and E. The next thing you need to do is invent some names. So, you get to come up with about 20 names, maybe 15 for your employees. I'll type them in now. Now you can see that I've invented last names and first names for the employees. Now I'm going to give them an hourly...