1Download and open the file named EXP19_Ch04_Cap_TechSupport.xlsx. Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the filename.02Freeze Panes so the first row containing column headings (Row 5) on the SupportCalls worksheet will remain static when scrolling. Ensure that Rows 1-4 are visible.53Convert the data to a table, name the table SupportCalls, and apply the Gold, Table Style Medium 12.134Remove duplicate records.65Add a new column to the table named Duration.46Create a formula using unqualified structured references to calculate the days required to resolve the incident (Date Resolved – Date Created).87Add a total row to display the Average days required to resolve an issue.68Sort the table by Agent Name in alphabetical order, add a second level to sort by Description, and create a custom sort order as follows: Will not power on, Virus, Printing Issues, Software Update, Forgotten Password. Add a third level to sort by Duration smallest to largest.
Mac users, to create the custom list, from the Excel menu, click
Preferences. In the dialog box, click Custom Lists.149Filter the
table to only display closed incidents as indicated in the status
column.1010Use Quick Analysis to apply the default Data Bars
conditional formatting (Solid Blue Fill) to the Duration column
(range I6:I85). Mac users, on the Home tab, click Conditional
Formatting, point to Data Bars, and under Solid Fill, click Blue
Data Bar.1211Create a new conditional format that applies Red fill
and bold font to incident (range A6:A85) that required
30or more days to resolve. Be sure to use relative
cell references in the conditional format formula.1212Change page
breaks so page 2 begins with the Computer ID column (column
E).213Set the print scale to 85%.414Add a custom footer with your
name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the
file name code on the right side.415Save and close the workbook.
Submit the workbook as directed.
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