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  • JAYESH RAJGOR

    Inspiring Mentor, Engaging Orator & A Life Long Learner…

    Prof. Jayesh Rajgor is educating, guiding and motivating learners since 10 years.

    He has completed Masters in Commerce (M.Com) and Masters in Economics from Mumbai University. He is also certified in Diploma in Multimedia and Animation and Microsoft Office Specialist certified by

    Microsoft.

    TYBCOM EXCEL PRACTICALS

    Practical 1 Problem 1:

    A worksheet contains Name and Basic salary of 5 employees from cells A2 to B6. The

    first row contains the headings. Calculate DA, HRA, PF and NS. DA is 50% of basic

    salary. HRA is 15% of basic salary. PF is 8.33% of basic salary. Also find Minimum,

    Maximum, Average of all the numeric columns. Also find the number of records. Use

    MAX(), MIN(), AVERAGE(), COUNT() functions.

    Solution:

    1. Type heading Name in cell A1

    2. Type heading Basic salary in cell B1

    3. Enter the data from cell A2 to cell B6

    4. Type heading DA in cell C1

    5. Type heading HRA in cell D1

    6. Type heading PF in cell E1

    7. Type heading NS in cell F1

    8. Select the cell C2 an type the formula =B2*50%

    9. Select the cell C2 and drag fill handle till C6

    10. Select D2 and type the formula =B2*15%

    11. Select D2 and drag fill handle till D6

    12. Select E2 and type formula =B2*8.33%

    13. Select E2 and drag fill handle till E6

    14. Select F2 and type the formula =B2+C2+D2-E2

    15. Select F2 and drag fill handle till F6

  • 16 Type the heading Maximum, Minimum, Average and Count in cells A8, A9, A10,

    A11 respectively.

    17. Select cell B8 and type the formula as =MAX(B2:B6)

    18. Select B8 and drag fill handle till F8

    19. Select cell B9 and type the formula as =MIN(B2:B6)

    20. Select B9 and drag fill handle till F9

    21. Select cell B10 and type the formula as =AVERAGE(B2:B6)

    22. Select B10 and drag fill handle till F10

    23. Select cell B11 and type the formula as =COUNT(B2:B6)

    24. Select B11 and drag fill handle till F11

    Problem 2:

    A worksheet contains Roll number, Name and marks in 2 subjects of 5 students from

    cells A1 to D6. The first row contains the headings. Calculate Total marks and

    Percentage. Percentage should be rounded to 2 places of decimals. Use (ROUND()

    function).

    Practical 2

    Using if statement and logical operator

  • Type the above worksheet and write in Excel steps to do the following.

    1, To calculate the result, if percentage marks is less that 35 then declare result as “Fail”

    otherwise “Pass.

    2. If percentage is more than equal to 50 declare result as “Pass” otherwise it is “Fail”.

    3. If percentage is more than 50 but less than 60 declare result as “First class” otherwise

    “See later”.

    4. Calculate result as follows

    Percentage Result

    =35 and =45 and =60 and 75 Distinction

    Practice problems 1. A worksheet contains Name and Basic salary of 5 employees from cells A1 to B21. The

    first row contains the headings. Calculate DA, HRA, Pf and NS. NS should be rounded to

    nearest 10. DA is 50% of basic salary or Rs 2,500 whichever is less. HRA is 15% of

    basic salary subject to maximum of Rs 650. PF is ‘Nil’ if basic salary is less than 2500

    otherwise PF is 8.33% of basic salary. All your calculations must 2 digits after the

    decimal point. Give your heading

    2. A worksheet contains Name, marks in subject1 and marks in subject2, in first 3 columns from row 1 to row 5. The first row contains the headings and the other

    contains the data. Calculate result. A student is declared as ‘Pass’ if he gets 40 or more

    marks in each subject or the average of marks is 50 or more.

    3. A worksheet contains NAME and PAY in first 2 columns. Calculate Income Tax in the next column. Income tax is calculated as follow:

    First 2000 Nil

  • Next 2000 3%

    Next 2000 5%

    Rest 7%

    Practical 3

    Relative, Absolute and Mixed References

    Problem 1:

    A worksheet contains item description and unit cost of 5 items as follows: Calculate the

    selling price (absolute reference)

    Selling price = unit cost * profit%

    Solution: To calculate selling price

    1. Click at cell C2 2. Type the formula as =B2+B2*$D$9% 3. Click at cell C2 Drag the fill handle up to cell C6.

    Problem 2:

    A worksheet contains item description, unit cost and profit in % of 5 items as follows: Calculate

    selling price (relative reference)

    Selling price = unit cost * profit

  • Solution: To calculate selling price

    1. Click at cell D2 2. Type the formula as =B2+B2*C2% 3. Click at cell D2 & drag the fill handle up t D6

    Problem 3:

    Name, amount, interest rate and period are entered in cell A1 to D10. Calculate simple interest

    and compound interest in column E & F

    Simple interest =amount*rate*period /100

    Compound interest = amount (1 + rate /100) period -amount

    Solution:

    1. Type heading NAME in cell A1 2. Enter the data till A10 3. Type heading AMOUNT in cell B1 4. Enter the data till B10 5. Type heading RATE in cell C1 6. Enter the data till C10 7. Type heading PERIOD in cell D1 8. Enter the data till D10

    To calculate simple interest

    9. Type heading SIMPLE INTEREST in E1 10. Select E2 and type the formula as =B2*C2*D2/100 11. Select E2 and drag the fill handle up to E10

    To calculate compound interest

    12. Type heading COMPOUND INTEREST in cell F1 13. Select F2 and type the formula as =B2*(1+C2/100)^D2-B2 14. Select F2 and drag the fill handle up to 10

  • Problem 4:

    Name, amount, interest rate are entered in cell A1 to C10. Calculate simple interest and

    compound interest in column D & E. period is 7 years

    Simple interest =amount*rate*period /100

    Compound interest = amount (1 + rate /100) period –amount

    Solution:

    1. Type heading NAME in cell A1 2. Enter the data till A6 3. Type heading AMOUNT in cell B1 4. Enter the data till B6 5. Type heading RATE in cell C1 6. Enter the data till C6 7. Type period in A9 8. And type 7 in B9 9. Type heading S.INT D1 10. Type heading C.INT E1

    To calculate SIMPLE INTEREST

    11. Select D2 and type the formula as =B2*C2*$B$9/100 12. Click at D2 and drag the fill handle till D6

    To calculate COMPOUND INTEREST

    13. Select E2 and type the formula =B2*(1+C2/100)^$B$9-B2 14. Click at E2 and drag the fill handle till E6

    Problem 5: Consider the following worksheet and calculate depreciation by using straight line

    method

  • Solution: To calculate depreciation

    1. Select the cell E2 2. Type the formula as =$B$1*$B$2/100 3. Select the cell E2 & drag the fill handle upto cell E6

    Problem 6: Consider the following worksheet and calculate depreciation by using written down

    method for each year.

    Solution: To calculate depreciation

    1. Select the cell E2 2. Type the formula as =(B$1-SUM(E$1:E1))*B$2/100 3. Select the cell E2 and drag the fill handle upto E6

    Problem 7:

    Consider the following worksheet and calculate depreciation by using written down

    method for each year, also calculate written down value for each year

  • Solution: To calculate depreciation

    1. Select the cell E2 2. Type the formula as =(B$1-SUM(E$1:E1))*B$2/100 3. Select the cell E2 and drag the fill handle upto E6

    To calculate W.D.V in column F

    1. Select the cell F2 2. Type the formula =$B$1-SUM(E$2-E2) 3. Select the cell F2 and drag the fill handle upto F6

    Practical 4

    1. INSERING ROWS AND COLUMNS To insert new record after 4th row

    Steps:

     Select the 5th row (by clicking on 5 row number) or select the any cell on 5th row  Select HOME MENU (TAB)  Select INSERT option  Select insert sheet row

    (a new row will get inserted before 5th and after 4th in the active sheet)

    To insert new column after D column

    Steps:

     Select the E column (by click on E column name) or select any cell on E column  Select HOME MENU (TAB)

  •  Select INSERT option  Select insert sheet column

    (a new column will get inserted before E and after D in the active sheet)

    2. DELETING ROWS AND COLUMNS To delete the 5th row

    Steps:

     Select the 5th row (by clicking on 5 row number) or select any cell on 5th row  Select HOME MENU (TAB)  Select DELETE option  Select delete sheet row

    (5th row will get deleted from the active sheet)

    To delete the D column

    Steps:

     Select the D column (by clicking on E column name) or select any cell on 5th row  Select HOME MENU (TAB)  Select DELETE option  Select delete sheet column

    (D column will get delete from the active sheet)

    3. HIDE AND UNHIDE ROWS AND COLUMNS To hide the 5th row

    Steps:

     Select the 5th row (by clicking on 5 row number) or select any cell on 5th row  Select HOME MENU (TAB)  Select FORMAT option  Select HIDE / UNHIDE OPTION