excel, do some excel following procedure described in Word document
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do some excel following procedure described in Word document
YO16_XL_CH03_GRADER_PC_HW – Wedding 1.4
Project Description:
Clint Keller and Addison Ryan have just booked a wedding at Painted Paradise Resort & Spa. When requested by a happy couple, the Turquoise Oasis Spa coordinates a variety of events including spa visits, golf massages, and gift baskets made up of various spa products. Given the frequency of wedding events at the Turquoise Oasis Spa, Meda Rodate has asked for your assistance in modifying an Excel workbook that can be used and reused to plan these events in the future.
Instructions:
For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks:
Step 
Instructions 
Points Possible 
1 
Start Excel. Open the file named e02ch03_grader_pc_Wedding.xlsx. Save the file with the name e02ch03_grader_pc_Wedding_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your last and first name.

0.000 
2 
On the GiftBaskets worksheet, in cell F9, use AutoSum to calculate the total items in basket 1. AutoFill the function down to cell F11. 
3.000 
3 
In cell B15, enter a formula that will calculate the price of a lavender candle after the bulk discount in cell E3 is applied. AutoFill the formula over to E15. 
5.000 
4 
In cell B18, enter a formula that will calculate the total price for the number of lavender candles in basket 1 using the price after bulk discount. AutoFill the formula over to E18 and then down to E20. 
4.000 
5 
In cell E14, change the price of Soothing Bath Salts to $11.99. 
1.000 
6 
Create a named range of BasketSubtotals for the range C23:C25. 
2.000 
7 
Edit the BasketsRequested named range so that it refers to cells B23:B25. 
2.000 
8 
In cell F24, use the SUM function to add up all the values in the BasketSubtotals named range. 
3.000 
9 
Use the range A18:E20 to create named ranges using the values in the left column as the names. 
2.000 
10 
Apply the named ranges just created to the formulas in cells F18:F20. 
2.000 
11 
On the WeddingSummary worksheet, in cell C9 use the INT function to calculate the number of whole days the wedding party spent at the resort. Decrease the number of decimal places to 0. AutoFill the function down to C39. 
2.000 
12 
In cell E9, use the appropriate function to calculate the absolute value of the returned merchandise. AutoFill the function down to E39. 
2.000 
13 
In cell C2, edit the function to round the result to the nearest penny. 
3.000 
14 
In cell C1, use the MODE.SNGL function to determine the most frequent length of stay using whole days. 
5.000 
15 
In cell C3, use a function to calculate the median amount spent at the spa by the wedding parties. 
5.000 
16 
In cell C4, use a function that will calculate the number of wedding parties served by counting the wedding party names. 
5.000 
17 
In cell C5, use a function to calculate the number of spa members scheduling weddings by counting the numbers in column G. 
5.000 
18 
On the SpaServices worksheet, in cell B1, use a function to return the current date. 
3.000 
19 
In cell C5, use the function =DATEDIF(B5,$B$1,”Y”) to calculate the age of the guest, using her date of birth and today’s date in cell B1. AutoFill the function down to C22. 
3.000 
20 
In cell D5 use the TRIM, LEFT, and FIND text functions to extract the guest’s first name from cell A5. AutoFill the function down to D22. 
10.000 
21 
In cell G5, use Flash Fill to separate the city from column F. Note, Mac users, select the range F5:F22, and on the Data tab, click Text to Columns. Select Comma as the delimiter and cell G5 as the destination cell. 
3.000 
22 
In cell H5, use Flash Fill to separate the state from column F. 
3.000 
23 
On the WeddingFinancing worksheet, in cell B7, use a VLOOKUP function to retrieve appropriate percentage discount based on the total cost of the event in cell B3. 
6.000 
24 
In cell B8, use a formula to calculate the amount of the discount by multiplying the total cost of the event by the percentage discount. 
2.000 
25 
In cell B10, use the PMT function to calculate the equal monthly payment amount necessary to pay off the amount borrowed in cell B9, at the end of the term in cell B6, using the APR in cell B5. Be sure the result of the PMT function is positive. 
5.000 
26 
In cell C10, use an appropriate function to return Sufficient Credit Score if the credit score is greater than or equal to 650 and Insufficient Credit Score if not. 
5.000 
27 
In cell A18, use the appropriate functions to return 500 as the allinclusive discount if the values in cells A13 and A15 are both Yes and return 0 if not. Change the value in cell A13 to Yes. 
5.000 
28 
On the Commission worksheet, in cell B4, troubleshoot and edit the function so that it retrieves the correct value of 5.00%. 
2.000 
29 
In cell B8, troubleshoot and edit the function so that it retrieves the correct value of $1,250 for a Manager. 
2.000 
30 
Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed. 
0.000 
Total Points 
100.000 
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