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Q: What is the AutoSum button? How does it work?
A: The AutoSUM button, located on the Standard Toolbar in Excel 2003, is a shortcut provided for using the SUM function. When you click on the AutoSUM button, the SUM function is entered into the active cell. It lets you select a range to sum. [ Go to the cell you want the sum to appear in. Click autosum. Go to the first cell in the range you want to sum and drag to the last cell in the range. ]
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User: What is the AutoSum button? How does it work?

Weegy: The AutoSUM button, located on the Standard Toolbar in Excel 2003, is a shortcut provided for using the SUM function. When you click on the AutoSUM button, the SUM function is entered into the active cell. It lets you select a range to sum. [ Go to the cell you want the sum to appear in. Click autosum. Go to the first cell in the range you want to sum and drag to the last cell in the range. ]
migzptz|Points 4011|

User: • If you were a financial planner, what are some Excel formulas that you might use or need? Please specify and explain

Weegy: SUM, AVERAGE, IF, HYPERLINK, COUNT, MAX, SIN, SUMIF, and STDEV. [ SUM- adds all the numbers in a range of cells. AVERAGE- Returns the average of its argument, which can be numbers or names, arrays, or references that contain numbers. IF- Checks whether a condition is met and returns one value if TRUE and another value if FALSE. HYPERLINK- Creates a shortcut or jump that opens a document stored on your hard drive, a network server, or on the Internet. COUNT- Counts the number of cells in a range that contain numbers. MAX- Returns the largest value in a set of values. Ignores logical values and text. SIN- Returns the sine of an angle. SUMIF- Adds the specified by a given condition or criteria. PMT- Calculates the payment for a loan on constant payments and a constant rate. STDEV- Estimates standard based on a sample (ignores logical values and text in the sample). Read more: ]
sipichapie|Points 2224|

User: • In your financial planning worksheet, when might you use conditional formatting? Please specify and explain.





Weegy: You might use conditional formatting to locate dates that meet a certain criteria (such as falling on a Saturday or Sunday), to call out the highest or lowest values in a range, or to indicate values that fall under, over, [ or between specified amounts. If a number is below zero, you may want to use conditional formatting to make it red. Or the same with above zero, you may want to make it green. ]
Expert answered|AngelInDisguise|Points 2417|

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