# I Need Help With My Final Project For My “CIS 10 – Computer Literacy”

my final project due Dec 15,2017 before midnight, California time whoever can help me with it just text me ASAB. and look to attachment  you will see the instruction.
SIMnet 2016: Word, Excel, and Access Integrated Project 2
Office 2016 Integrated Applications – Project 2 Creating a Company Report In this project, you will create a company report for the Top’t Corn popcorn company using resources an Access
database and two Excel files. First, you will format the Word document, applying a theme, applying styles and text
formatting, formatting a table, and applying list formats. You will enter document information and add a cover page.
Next, you will add a header and add page numbers to the report using Word’s built-in building blocks. Next, you will
import data from Excel into an Access database and then create two queries based on that imported data. You will
export the query results to a new Excel workbook where you will add formulas and create a table and a chart. Finally,
you will copy and paste the chart and table data from Excel into your Word document.
Skills needed to complete this project:
Word Skills
• Change the theme and color theme
• Apply character formatting
• Create numbered and bulleted lists
• Display text in columns
• Add a row to a table
• Enter data in a table
• Apply a table Quick style
• Change document information
• Insert a cover page
• Paste data from Excel
• Change font color
• Paste a chart from Excel
Access Skills
• Add records to a table by importing from Excel
• Rename a field
• Create a simple select query to combine fields from multiple tables
• Add text criteria to a query
• Add date criteria to a query
• Apply multiple criteria to a query
• Add numeric criteria to a query
• Specify a sort order in a query
• Export data from a query to Excel
Excel Skills
• Enter text and numbers in cells
• Create a formula using multiplication
• Use an absolute reference in a formula
• Copy a formula
• Format data as a table
• Sort data in a table
• Use the AVERAGE function in a formula
• Use the SUM function in a formula
• Apply a number format
• Modify the font size
• AutoFit columns
• Create a PivotTable using a Recommended PivotTable
• Create a pie chart
• Hide the chart title
• Apply a chart style
• Display chart data labels
1. Open the start file OF2016-Integrated-Project2. If the document opens in Protected View, click the
Enable Editing button in the Message Bar at the top of the document so you can modify it.
2. The file will be renamed automatically to include your name. Change the project file name if directed to do
so by your instructor, and save it.
Step 1
SIMnet 2016: Word, Excel, and Access Integrated Project 2
3. Apply and theme and change theme colors.
a. Apply the Slice theme to the document.
b. Change the color theme to the Orange Red theme.
c. Change the font theme to the Calibri theme.
4. Format text in the document.
a. Apply the Heading 1 style to the Overview and Goals headings on the first page of the document.
b. Apply the Heading 2 style to the Brick and Mortar Stores and the Food Truck Locations headings on page 2
of the document.
c. Scroll to the Our Top’t 4 Sellers section and bold the following words at the beginning of each line:
Original Blend, Old Bay, Sea Salt and Caramel, and Truffle.
d. Convert the four items in the Our Top’t 4 Sellers section into a numbered list using the 1), 2), 3) format.
e. Scroll to the Future Flavors section and bold the following words at the beginning of each line: Choco
Mocha, Raspberry Delight, Key Lime, and Spicy Buffalo.
f. Convert the four items in the Future Flavors section into a bulleted list using the four diamond format.
g. Select the text below the Brick and Mortar Stores heading (from Montgomery Mall to M&T Bank Stadium)
and change the text so it appears in two columns.
h. Select the text below the Food Truck Locations heading (from Farragut Square to National Mall West) and
change the text so it appears in two columns.
5. Work with a table in the document.
a. Navigate to the table in the Pricing section.
b. Add a row to the end of the table.
c. Type Gift Packaging in the first cell of the new row.
d. Type \$2 in the second cell of the new row.
e. Change the Table Quick Style options to only show Quick Styles with a header row. Apply a Grid Table
4 – Accent 1 Quick Style to the table. It is in the Grid Styles section of the gallery.
6. Add document information and insert a cover page.
a. Display the Info page in Backstage view and add The Top’t Corn Report as the title of
the document.
b. Add Top’t Corn Company as the company.
c. Add Poppy Cunningham as the author.
e. Insert a cover page using the Austin option.
f. Delete the abstract control at the top of the page (the text control beginning with Draw you reader in…).
g. Click the Document Subtitle control and type Gourmet Popcorn with Capitol
Toppings
SIMnet 2016: Word, Excel, and Access Integrated Project 2
a. Place the cursor at the beginning of the Overview heading.
c. Add page numbers to the bottom of the document using the Accent Bar 3 option.
d. Verify that the header and footer text does not appear on the cover page.
e. Close the Header and Footer view when you are done.
8. Open the Top’t Corn Sales Database Access file from the location where you saved the data files
a. Import records from the Excel file Nov4Sales (located with the data files for this project) and append a
copy of the records to the OnlineSales table. (Hint: After the import, there should be 133 records in
the OnlineSales table.)
b. In the OnlineSales table, rename the ID field: OnlineSaleID
9. Create a query to display sales of Old Bay flavored popcorn from buyers in Maryland and then export the
query results to an Excel file.
a. Include the following fields in this order: OnlineSaleID, Date, Quantity, and State fields from the
OnlineSales table and the ItemName field from the Items table.
b. Add criteria to the query to limit the results to records where the Item Name is Old Bay, the State is
MD, and the Date is greater than or equal to November 1, 2016. Run the query to check your work.
(Hint: There should be 8 records in the query results.)
c. Return to Query Design view and hide the ItemName and State fields in the query results.
d. Run the query again to check your work.
e. Save the query as OldBayMDQry and then close the query.
f. Export the results of the OldBayMDQry to a new Excel file named: OldBayMDSales Do not export
the data with formatting and layout. Save the file with the other resources for this project.
10. Create a query to display sales of truffle flavored popcorn with a quantity greater than six from the
OnlineSales table.
a. Include the following fields in this order: State and Quantity from the OnlineSales table and
ItemName field from the Items table.
b. Add criteria to the query to limit the results to records where the Item Name is Truffle and the
Quantity is greater than 4.
c. Specify the sort order in the query, so the results are sorted alphabetically by state. Run the query to
check your work. (Hint: There should be 17 records in the query results.)
d. Save the query as HighQuantityTruffleQry and close it.
SIMnet 2016: Word, Excel, and Access Integrated Project 2
e. Export the results of the HighQuantityTruffleQry to a new Excel file named:
HighQuantityTruffleSales . Do not export the data with formatting and layout. Save
the file with the other resources for this project.
f. Close any open database objects and then close the database and exit Access.
11. Open the OldBayMdSales Excel file you just created and create a table to copy into Word.
a. In cell D1, type: Total Sale
b. In cell A11, type: Price per Box
c. In cell B11, type: \$9.00
d. In cell D2, enter a formula to calculate the total sale. Multiple the quantity sold (cell C2) by the price per
box (cell B11). You are going to copy this formula to cells D3:D9, so use relative and absolute references
as appropriate.
e. Copy the formula in cell D2 to cells D3:D9.
f. Format the data in cells A1:D9 as a table using any style.
g. Sort the table data by quantity so the largest value is at the top.
h. In cell A12, type: Average Quantity
i. Enter a formula in cell B12 to calculate the average of cells C2:C9.
j. In cell A13, type: Total Sales
k. Enter a formula in cell B13 to calculate the sum of cells D2:D9.
l. Apply the Currency number format to cell B13.
m. Select cells A1:D9 and change the font size to 14.
n. Autofit all columns so the data are completely visible.
o. Save Excel file.
p. Copy cells A1:D13. Do not close the Excel file.
12. Return to the Word document and use the Paste Special command to paste data.
a. Place the cursor in the blank line under the first paragraph in the Maryland Sales of Old Bay Flavor section.
b. Paste the copied Excel data using Keep Source Formatting option into the document.
13. Open the HighQuantityTruffleSales Excel file you created in step 10. e. and create a chart from the data.
a. Create a PivotTable from the data. Use the first (only) recommended PivotTable – Sum of Quantity
by State.
b. Create a 2-D pie chart from the PivotTable data.
c. Hide the chart title.
d. Apply the chart Quick Style Style 4.
e. Display chart data labels using the inside end option.
SIMnet 2016: Word, Excel, and Access Integrated Project 2
f. Save the file.
g. Copy the chart. Do not close the Excel file.
a. Place the cursor in the blank line under the first paragraph in the Sales by State for Truffle section.
b. Paste the chart you copied from Excel into the document. Use the Keep Source Formatting &
Embed Workbook paste option.
IMPORTANT: If you receive an error message similar to “Word cannot obtain the data for the {00020830-
0000-C000-000000000046} link.”, make sure that you have extracted the HighQuantityTruffleSales Excel
workbook from the resources zip folder and open the workbook from the extracted folder, save your Word file,
and then try again.
c. Save and close the document.
Step 3