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1 Skittles Excel Project Entering Your Data and Creating Data Displays 1. Open Microsoft Excel 2. Create a table for your Skittles colors: a. In cell A1 type in a title for your chart b. In cell A2 type in the word Color c. In cell B2 type in the word Number d. In cells A3 through A7 type the possible colors that you could find in your bag of Skittles 3. Count the number of each color in your bag of Skittles and enter these numbers in the appropriate places in the table 4. Sort your data numerically from smallest to largest: a. Highlight the data by clicking in cell A3 and dragging the mouse to B7 b. Click the Sort and Filter option from the Editing section on the toolbar in the upper right part of the page. c. Choose Custom Sort d. Make sure the Column is sorted by Numbers, and the Order is from Smallest to Largest e. Click OK 5. Make a circle graph that will represent your table: a. Highlight your table starting with cell A3 through B7 b. Click on the Insert tab at the top of the page c. Click the Pie picture from the Charts menu d. Choose the first 2-D option from the choices that are given 6. You can personalize your chart: a. At the top left where it says Quick Layout, choose the first option, which will show the percents. b. Change the Chart Title to whatever you titled your chart in the beginning (in cell A1). i. Double click on Chart Title ii. Type in your title 7. Color Formatting: a. Select one individual section of the pie chart and double click the section. i. Make sure just one section of the graph is selected. You will know this if Format Data Point is displayed on the right side of your screen. ii. If it says Format Data Series you have the whole chart selected. Which is not what you want. b. Select the paint can on the right side of your screen. c. Select the Fill option d. Next to Color select the paint can so you can choose a color. e. Change each section of the pie chart to a different color. 8. Optional you can investigate other options within the Fill tools.

2 **Save your work! Name the file PeriodNumber_LastName FirstName Example: Period1_Simpson Bart Formatting the Spreadsheet 9. Select the Home tab at the top left of your screen (it is in the green section). 10. Merge and Center the title of your table: a. Highlight cells A1 and B1 together. b. Click the Merge and Center button in the Alignment section at the center of the top of the home tab. 11. Make this title bold and a bigger font than the rest of the data in your table: c. You can click on just the cell and choose your options in the Font section on the home tab. i. Optional You can change the font and the font size. 12. Make borders around your table d. Highlight your entire table starting with cell A1 through B7 e. Choose the Border option to the right of the underline option in the Font section. f. Choose All borders. **Be sure to save your project OFTEN** Gather the Class Data onto Your Spreadsheet 13. Re-label Sheet 1 as My Data : a. Double click on where it says Sheet 1 in bold at the bottom of the open Excel Spreadsheet. b. Type in the new name for the sheet as My Data. 14. Click on the plus sign with the circle around it to add another sheet. 15. Label Sheet 2 as Class Data

3 16. Create a new table: c. Title this table Class Data (in cell A1) d. Go to the first sheet, My Data. Select and highlight cells A2 through A7. e. Copy this selection. f. Go to the second sheet, Class Data. g. Select cell A2 and paste what you copied from the My Data sheet. h. Select cell B2 and label it Group 1. Please enter student names and student data in this section since each student worked independently to sort i. Find out how many groups are in your class. their own skittles. j. Click and hold on cell B2. k. Drag to the right so there is a highlighted cell for each group. l. In the Editing section, select the Fill tool. m. On the drop down menu, select the Right option. n. Change the group numbers. o. The last column should be labeled Total. p. Merge and Center Row 1 (see step 10). q. Make borders around your table (see step 12). r. Fill in the data for this new chart from the other groups data provided by your teacher. 17. Use formulas to find the sum for each color for your class: s. Highlight the first row of numbers in your new table. t. Click on the Formulas tab at the top of Excel (it is in the green strip at the top of the page). u. Click the AutoSum button i. This should display the sum right in the total column for you v. Do this for all other colors in your table

4 Make a Circle Graph for the Class Data 18. Highlight the Group columns in between the Color column and Total column: a. Click and hold the B on top of Column B b. Drag to the right to highlight all of the group columns. i. All Group columns should now be highlighted ii. Right click in the highlighted section. iii. Select hide. The group columns should not be visible any more. 19. Insert a circle graph for this new table of data: c. Highlight the Color and Total columns. d. Choose the circle graph option, just like you did in step 5. e. The graph that displays only has one color you will fix this next. 20. Right click anywhere inside of the circle graph f. Choose the Select Data option from the list g. Click the box that says Switch Row/Column h. Click OK 21. The graph will now display the correct sections for each color 22. You can now choose the same format for the circle graph as you did for steps 6 through 8. (Look back at the first page of directions for help!). i. The circle graph should show the title, color names, and percentages for each section j. Be sure to change the title to match your table k. Be sure to change the colors of each section on the circle graph so they match. **Be sure to save your project OFTEN**

5 Skittles Excel Project Word Document Task Create a Word Document to Report Your Findings 1. Open the Skittles Project word document located on Mrs. Weber s website. 2. Enter your name, date, and period at the top of BOTH pages. 3. Save your word document in your ONEDRIVE as Period_LastnameFirstName (EX: 1_WeberLucas). 4. Copy and Paste your table from the My Data spreadsheet (make sure you click back to that tab at the bottom of the page) into the specified area on your Word document: a. Highlight the entire table b. Copy the highlighted section c. Go to the area in Word underneath My Table and paste the Excel table 5. Copy and Paste your circle graph from the My Data spreadsheet into the specified area on your Word document: a. Copy the circle graph from Excel b. Paste it anywhere in the word document c. Right click on the graph in Word d. Choose Wrap Text from the list i. Choose In front of text from the drop-down menu ii. Now you can move the table around the Word document freely e. Move the circle graph under the area that says My Circle Graph 6. Copy and paste the last table you made from the Class Data spreadsheet into the specified area on your Word document a. This is the table that only has 2 columns (after you hid the group columns) 7. Copy and paste your circle graph from the Class Data spreadsheet into the specified area on your Word document a. Follow the same directions in Step 3 to move the picture into the correct space 8. Format the word document so your tables and graphs are all on one page a. To increase/decrease the size of the tables or circle graphs, drag the bottom right corner of the display to size appropriately b. You may need to delete lines/fix the spacing to make it look better 9. Answer the remaining questions in the word document on the next page 10. Remember to save your work! 11. Go to the first page in this packet and go through the Project Checklist. Then grade yourself at the bottom where it says Student Grading (skip this part for now we will do this later in class together). 12. When you are ready to submit your work, drop your word document only into the STU_DROP_FOLDER. **Be sure to save your project OFTEN**

6 Grading Sheet Name Project Checklist Project Requirement Yes No Sorted table by numerical order Highlighted table to insert a circle graph Merged and centered the title of the table Applied borders to table Renamed both Excel spreadsheets Apply mathematical function Sum to a table of data Used the Hide function for a group of cells Copy and paste tables and graphs to Word Student Grading Project Requirement Table 1 (2 points) Circle Graph 1 (2 points) Table 2 (2 points) Circle Graph 2 (2 points) Follow up Question 1 (1 point) Follow up Question 2 (1 point) Follow up Question 3 (1 point) Follow up Question 4 (1 point) Follow up Question 5 (1 point) Follow up Question 6 (1 point) Follow up Question 7 (1 point) Total Grade out of 15 Points:

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