e05h1Sociology

SUBTOTAL DATA

First, you sort the data by discipline and then by area. After sorting the data, you will insert subtotals for each discipline. You want to see the totals for the wholesale sales, retail sales, and total book sales. Refer to Figure 5.6 as you complete Step 1.

a. Open e05h1Sociology and save it as e05h1Sociology_LastFirst.

b. Make sure that cell C5 is active in the Books Subtotal sheet. Click the Data tab and click Sort in the Sort & Filter group.

c. Click the Sort by arrow and select Discipline in the Sort dialog box.

d. Click Add Level, click the Then by arrow, and then select Area. Click OK. Excel sorts the data by discipline in alphabetical order. Within each discipline, Excel sorts the data by area. The data are sorted first by disciplines so that you can apply subtotals to each discipline.

e. Click Subtotal in the Outline group. The Subtotal dialog box opens. The default At each change in is the Discipline column, and the default Use function is Sum. These settings are correct.

f. Click the Sales: Wholesale check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section.

g. Click the Sales: Retail check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section. Excel selected the last column (Total Book Sales) automatically. You selected the other two sales columns to total. Leave the Replace current subtotals and Summary below data check boxes selected.

h. Click OK. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each discipline category. The subtotal rows include discipline labels and subtotals for the Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales columns. Outline symbols (1, 2, and 3) display below the Name Box so that you can collapse or expand the details in the subtotaled dataset.

i. Scroll to the right to see the subtotals and click cell L14. Save the workbook.

ADD A SECOND SUBTOTAL

Now you want to add another level to see subtotals for each area within each discipline. You already added subtotals for the primary category (Discipline). Now you will add a subtotal to the second category (Area). When you use the Subtotal dialog box, you will keep the original subtotals intact. Refer to Figure 5.7 as you complete Step 2.

a. Click Subtotal in the Outline group to open the Subtotal dialog box again.

b. Click the At each change in arrow and select Area. The Use function is still Sum, and Excel remembers the last columns you selected (Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales) in the Add subtotal to section.

c. Click the Replace current subtotals check box to deselect it. Deselecting this check box will keep the discipline subtotals.

d. Click OK and click cell L15. Save the workbook. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each area. Your data have discipline subtotals and area subtotals. Four numbered outline symbols now display below the Name Box, indicating that you added another level of subtotals to the dataset.

COLLAPSE AND EXPAND THE SUBTOTALS

You want to compare wholesale, retail, and book sales among the disciplines and then among areas within a discipline. Refer to Figure 5.8 as you complete Step 3.

a. Click the Level 1 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area (to the left of the column headings and below the Name Box). You collapsed the outline to show the grand totals only for wholesale, retail, and total book sales.

b. Click the Level 2 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand and discipline subtotals.

c. Click the Level 3 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand, discipline, and area subtotals. Within the Introductory discipline, which area had the lowest sales? How do wholesale and retail sales compare? Are they proportionally the same within each area?

d. Click the Level 4 outline symbol in the top-left outline area. Save the workbook. You expanded the outline to show all details again.

GROUP DATA You want to apply an outline to the columns so that you can collapse or expand the Units Sold and Unit Price columns. You will use the collapse and expand outline symbols after outlining the dataset. Refer to Figure 5.9 as you complete Step 4.

 

a. Make sure cell L15 is the active cell. Click the Group arrow in the Outline group on the Data tab and select Auto Outline. Excel displays the message box Modify existing outline because it recognizes that an existing row subtotals outline exists.

b. Click OK. Excel maintains the outlined subtotal rows and outlines the columns. Horizontal lines and collapse buttons display above the columns that contain formulas (columns H, K, and L). The formula in cell H5 is =F5*G5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns F, G, and H. The formula in cell K5 is =I5*J5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns I, J, and K. It also creates a higher-level outline of columns F through K, because the formula in column L sums the values in columns H and K.

c. Click the collapse outline symbol above column L. You collapsed columns F through K to display disciplines, areas, and total sales by title.

d. Click the expand outline symbol above column L. You expanded the outline to show columns F through K again.

e. Click the collapse outline symbol above column H.

You collapsed the outline to hide columns F and G so you can focus on the wholesale sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Wholesale or Unit Price Wholesale columns.

f. Click the collapse outline symbol above column K. You collapsed the outline to hide columns I and J so you can focus on the retail sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Retail or Unit Price Retail columns.

g. Save the workbook. Keep the workbook open if you plan to continue with the next Hands-On Exercise. If not, save and close the workbook, and exit Excel.

 

SUBTOTAL DATA

First, you sort the data by discipline and then by area. After sorting the data, you will insert subtotals for each discipline. You want to see the totals for the wholesale sales, retail sales, and total book sales. Refer to Figure 5.6 as you complete Step 1.

a. Open e05h1Sociology and save it as e05h1Sociology_LastFirst.

b. Make sure that cell C5 is active in the Books Subtotal sheet. Click the Data tab and click Sort in the Sort & Filter group.

c. Click the Sort by arrow and select Discipline in the Sort dialog box.

d. Click Add Level, click the Then by arrow, and then select Area. Click OK. Excel sorts the data by discipline in alphabetical order. Within each discipline, Excel sorts the data by area. The data are sorted first by disciplines so that you can apply subtotals to each discipline.

e. Click Subtotal in the Outline group. The Subtotal dialog box opens. The default At each change in is the Discipline column, and the default Use function is Sum. These settings are correct.

f. Click the Sales: Wholesale check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section.

g. Click the Sales: Retail check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section. Excel selected the last column (Total Book Sales) automatically. You selected the other two sales columns to total. Leave the Replace current subtotals and Summary below data check boxes selected.

h. Click OK. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each discipline category. The subtotal rows include discipline labels and subtotals for the Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales columns. Outline symbols (1, 2, and 3) display below the Name Box so that you can collapse or expand the details in the subtotaled dataset.

i. Scroll to the right to see the subtotals and click cell L14. Save the workbook.

ADD A SECOND SUBTOTAL

Now you want to add another level to see subtotals for each area within each discipline. You already added subtotals for the primary category (Discipline). Now you will add a subtotal to the second category (Area). When you use the Subtotal dialog box, you will keep the original subtotals intact. Refer to Figure 5.7 as you complete Step 2.

a. Click Subtotal in the Outline group to open the Subtotal dialog box again.

b. Click the At each change in arrow and select Area. The Use function is still Sum, and Excel remembers the last columns you selected (Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales) in the Add subtotal to section.

c. Click the Replace current subtotals check box to deselect it. Deselecting this check box will keep the discipline subtotals.

d. Click OK and click cell L15. Save the workbook. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each area. Your data have discipline subtotals and area subtotals. Four numbered outline symbols now display below the Name Box, indicating that you added another level of subtotals to the dataset.

COLLAPSE AND EXPAND THE SUBTOTALS

You want to compare wholesale, retail, and book sales among the disciplines and then among areas within a discipline. Refer to Figure 5.8 as you complete Step 3.

a. Click the Level 1 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area (to the left of the column headings and below the Name Box). You collapsed the outline to show the grand totals only for wholesale, retail, and total book sales.

b. Click the Level 2 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand and discipline subtotals.

c. Click the Level 3 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand, discipline, and area subtotals. Within the Introductory discipline, which area had the lowest sales? How do wholesale and retail sales compare? Are they proportionally the same within each area?

d. Click the Level 4 outline symbol in the top-left outline area. Save the workbook. You expanded the outline to show all details again.

GROUP DATA You want to apply an outline to the columns so that you can collapse or expand the Units Sold and Unit Price columns. You will use the collapse and expand outline symbols after outlining the dataset. Refer to Figure 5.9 as you complete Step 4.

 

a. Make sure cell L15 is the active cell. Click the Group arrow in the Outline group on the Data tab and select Auto Outline. Excel displays the message box Modify existing outline because it recognizes that an existing row subtotals outline exists.

b. Click OK. Excel maintains the outlined subtotal rows and outlines the columns. Horizontal lines and collapse buttons display above the columns that contain formulas (columns H, K, and L). The formula in cell H5 is =F5*G5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns F, G, and H. The formula in cell K5 is =I5*J5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns I, J, and K. It also creates a higher-level outline of columns F through K, because the formula in column L sums the values in columns H and K.

c. Click the collapse outline symbol above column L. You collapsed columns F through K to display disciplines, areas, and total sales by title.

d. Click the expand outline symbol above column L. You expanded the outline to show columns F through K again.

e. Click the collapse outline symbol above column H.

You collapsed the outline to hide columns F and G so you can focus on the wholesale sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Wholesale or Unit Price Wholesale columns.

f. Click the collapse outline symbol above column K. You collapsed the outline to hide columns I and J so you can focus on the retail sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Retail or Unit Price Retail columns.

g. Save the workbook. Keep the workbook open if you plan to continue with the next Hands-On Exercise. If not, save and close the workbook, and exit Excel.

 

SUBTOTAL DATA

First, you sort the data by discipline and then by area. After sorting the data, you will insert subtotals for each discipline. You want to see the totals for the wholesale sales, retail sales, and total book sales. Refer to Figure 5.6 as you complete Step 1.

a. Open e05h1Sociology and save it as e05h1Sociology_LastFirst.

b. Make sure that cell C5 is active in the Books Subtotal sheet. Click the Data tab and click Sort in the Sort & Filter group.

c. Click the Sort by arrow and select Discipline in the Sort dialog box.

d. Click Add Level, click the Then by arrow, and then select Area. Click OK. Excel sorts the data by discipline in alphabetical order. Within each discipline, Excel sorts the data by area. The data are sorted first by disciplines so that you can apply subtotals to each discipline.

e. Click Subtotal in the Outline group. The Subtotal dialog box opens. The default At each change in is the Discipline column, and the default Use function is Sum. These settings are correct.

f. Click the Sales: Wholesale check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section.

g. Click the Sales: Retail check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section. Excel selected the last column (Total Book Sales) automatically. You selected the other two sales columns to total. Leave the Replace current subtotals and Summary below data check boxes selected.

h. Click OK. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each discipline category. The subtotal rows include discipline labels and subtotals for the Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales columns. Outline symbols (1, 2, and 3) display below the Name Box so that you can collapse or expand the details in the subtotaled dataset.

i. Scroll to the right to see the subtotals and click cell L14. Save the workbook.

ADD A SECOND SUBTOTAL

Now you want to add another level to see subtotals for each area within each discipline. You already added subtotals for the primary category (Discipline). Now you will add a subtotal to the second category (Area). When you use the Subtotal dialog box, you will keep the original subtotals intact. Refer to Figure 5.7 as you complete Step 2.

a. Click Subtotal in the Outline group to open the Subtotal dialog box again.

b. Click the At each change in arrow and select Area. The Use function is still Sum, and Excel remembers the last columns you selected (Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales) in the Add subtotal to section.

c. Click the Replace current subtotals check box to deselect it. Deselecting this check box will keep the discipline subtotals.

d. Click OK and click cell L15. Save the workbook. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each area. Your data have discipline subtotals and area subtotals. Four numbered outline symbols now display below the Name Box, indicating that you added another level of subtotals to the dataset.

COLLAPSE AND EXPAND THE SUBTOTALS

You want to compare wholesale, retail, and book sales among the disciplines and then among areas within a discipline. Refer to Figure 5.8 as you complete Step 3.

a. Click the Level 1 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area (to the left of the column headings and below the Name Box). You collapsed the outline to show the grand totals only for wholesale, retail, and total book sales.

b. Click the Level 2 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand and discipline subtotals.

c. Click the Level 3 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand, discipline, and area subtotals. Within the Introductory discipline, which area had the lowest sales? How do wholesale and retail sales compare? Are they proportionally the same within each area?

d. Click the Level 4 outline symbol in the top-left outline area. Save the workbook. You expanded the outline to show all details again.

GROUP DATA You want to apply an outline to the columns so that you can collapse or expand the Units Sold and Unit Price columns. You will use the collapse and expand outline symbols after outlining the dataset. Refer to Figure 5.9 as you complete Step 4.

 

a. Make sure cell L15 is the active cell. Click the Group arrow in the Outline group on the Data tab and select Auto Outline. Excel displays the message box Modify existing outline because it recognizes that an existing row subtotals outline exists.

b. Click OK. Excel maintains the outlined subtotal rows and outlines the columns. Horizontal lines and collapse buttons display above the columns that contain formulas (columns H, K, and L). The formula in cell H5 is =F5*G5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns F, G, and H. The formula in cell K5 is =I5*J5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns I, J, and K. It also creates a higher-level outline of columns F through K, because the formula in column L sums the values in columns H and K.

c. Click the collapse outline symbol above column L. You collapsed columns F through K to display disciplines, areas, and total sales by title.

d. Click the expand outline symbol above column L. You expanded the outline to show columns F through K again.

e. Click the collapse outline symbol above column H.

You collapsed the outline to hide columns F and G so you can focus on the wholesale sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Wholesale or Unit Price Wholesale columns.

f. Click the collapse outline symbol above column K. You collapsed the outline to hide columns I and J so you can focus on the retail sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Retail or Unit Price Retail columns.

g. Save the workbook. Keep the workbook open if you plan to continue with the next Hands-On Exercise. If not, save and close the workbook, and exit Excel.

 

SUBTOTAL DATA SUBTOTAL DATA

First, you sort the data by discipline and then by area. After sorting the data, you will insert subtotals for each discipline. You want to see the totals for the wholesale sales, retail sales, and total book sales. Refer to Figure 5.6 as you complete Step 1. First, you sort the data by discipline and then by area. After sorting the data, you will insert subtotals for each discipline. You want to see the totals for the wholesale sales, retail sales, and total book sales. Refer to Figure 5.6 as you complete Step 1.

a. Open e05h1Sociology and save it as e05h1Sociology_LastFirst. a. Open e05h1Sociology and save it as e05h1Sociology_LastFirst.

b. Make sure that cell C5 is active in the Books Subtotal sheet. Click the Data tab and click Sort in the Sort & Filter group. b. Make sure that cell C5 is active in the Books Subtotal sheet. Click the Data tab and click Sort in the Sort & Filter group.

c. Click the Sort by arrow and select Discipline in the Sort dialog box. c. Click the Sort by arrow and select Discipline in the Sort dialog box.

d. Click Add Level, click the Then by arrow, and then select Area. Click OK. Excel sorts the data by discipline in alphabetical order. Within each discipline, Excel sorts the data by area. The data are sorted first by disciplines so that you can apply subtotals to each discipline. d. Click Add Level, click the Then by arrow, and then select Area. Click OK. Excel sorts the data by discipline in alphabetical order. Within each discipline, Excel sorts the data by area. The data are sorted first by disciplines so that you can apply subtotals to each discipline.

e. Click Subtotal in the Outline group. The Subtotal dialog box opens. The default At each change in is the Discipline column, and the default Use function is Sum. These settings are correct. e. Click Subtotal in the Outline group. The Subtotal dialog box opens. The default At each change in is the Discipline column, and the default Use function is Sum. These settings are correct.

f. Click the Sales: Wholesale check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section. f. Click the Sales: Wholesale check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section.

g. Click the Sales: Retail check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section. Excel selected the last column (Total Book Sales) automatically. You selected the other two sales columns to total. Leave the Replace current subtotals and Summary below data check boxes selected. g. Click the Sales: Retail check box to select it in the Add subtotal to section. Excel selected the last column (Total Book Sales) automatically. You selected the other two sales columns to total. Leave the Replace current subtotals and Summary below data check boxes selected.

h. Click OK. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each discipline category. The subtotal rows include discipline labels and subtotals for the Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales columns. Outline symbols (1, 2, and 3) display below the Name Box so that you can collapse or expand the details in the subtotaled dataset. h. Click OK. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each discipline category. The subtotal rows include discipline labels and subtotals for the Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales columns. Outline symbols (1, 2, and 3) display below the Name Box so that you can collapse or expand the details in the subtotaled dataset.

i. Scroll to the right to see the subtotals and click cell L14. Save the workbook. i. Scroll to the right to see the subtotals and click cell L14. Save the workbook.

ADD A SECOND SUBTOTAL ADD A SECOND SUBTOTAL

Now you want to add another level to see subtotals for each area within each discipline. You already added subtotals for the primary category (Discipline). Now you will add a subtotal to the second category (Area). When you use the Subtotal dialog box, you will keep the original subtotals intact. Refer to Figure 5.7 as you complete Step 2. Now you want to add another level to see subtotals for each area within each discipline. You already added subtotals for the primary category (Discipline). Now you will add a subtotal to the second category (Area). When you use the Subtotal dialog box, you will keep the original subtotals intact. Refer to Figure 5.7 as you complete Step 2.

a. Click Subtotal in the Outline group to open the Subtotal dialog box again. a. Click Subtotal in the Outline group to open the Subtotal dialog box again.

b. Click the At each change in arrow and select Area. The Use function is still Sum, and Excel remembers the last columns you selected (Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales) in the Add subtotal to section. b. Click the At each change in arrow and select Area. The Use function is still Sum, and Excel remembers the last columns you selected (Sales: Wholesale, Sales: Retail, and Total Book Sales) in the Add subtotal to section.

c. Click the Replace current subtotals check box to deselect it. Deselecting this check box will keep the discipline subtotals. c. Click the Replace current subtotals check box to deselect it. Deselecting this check box will keep the discipline subtotals.

d. Click OK and click cell L15. Save the workbook. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each area. Your data have discipline subtotals and area subtotals. Four numbered outline symbols now display below the Name Box, indicating that you added another level of subtotals to the dataset. d. Click OK and click cell L15. Save the workbook. Excel inserts subtotal rows after each area. Your data have discipline subtotals and area subtotals. Four numbered outline symbols now display below the Name Box, indicating that you added another level of subtotals to the dataset.

COLLAPSE AND EXPAND THE SUBTOTALS COLLAPSE AND EXPAND THE SUBTOTALS

You want to compare wholesale, retail, and book sales among the disciplines and then among areas within a discipline. Refer to Figure 5.8 as you complete Step 3. You want to compare wholesale, retail, and book sales among the disciplines and then among areas within a discipline. Refer to Figure 5.8 as you complete Step 3.

a. Click the Level 1 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area (to the left of the column headings and below the Name Box). You collapsed the outline to show the grand totals only for wholesale, retail, and total book sales. a. Click the Level 1 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area (to the left of the column headings and below the Name Box). You collapsed the outline to show the grand totals only for wholesale, retail, and total book sales.

b. Click the Level 2 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand and discipline subtotals. b. Click the Level 2 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand and discipline subtotals.

c. Click the Level 3 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand, discipline, and area subtotals. Within the Introductory discipline, which area had the lowest sales? How do wholesale and retail sales compare? Are they proportionally the same within each area? c. Click the Level 3 outline symbol in the top-left corner of the outline area. You expanded the outline to show the grand, discipline, and area subtotals. Within the Introductory discipline, which area had the lowest sales? How do wholesale and retail sales compare? Are they proportionally the same within each area?

d. Click the Level 4 outline symbol in the top-left outline area. Save the workbook. You expanded the outline to show all details again. d. Click the Level 4 outline symbol in the top-left outline area. Save the workbook. You expanded the outline to show all details again.

GROUP DATA You want to apply an outline to the columns so that you can collapse or expand the Units Sold and Unit Price columns. You will use the collapse and expand outline symbols after outlining the dataset. Refer to Figure 5.9 as you complete Step 4. GROUP DATA You want to apply an outline to the columns so that you can collapse or expand the Units Sold and Unit Price columns. You will use the collapse and expand outline symbols after outlining the dataset. Refer to Figure 5.9 as you complete Step 4.

 

a. Make sure cell L15 is the active cell. Click the Group arrow in the Outline group on the Data tab and select Auto Outline. Excel displays the message box Modify existing outline because it recognizes that an existing row subtotals outline exists. a. Make sure cell L15 is the active cell. Click the Group arrow in the Outline group on the Data tab and select Auto Outline. Excel displays the message box Modify existing outline because it recognizes that an existing row subtotals outline exists.

b. Click OK. Excel maintains the outlined subtotal rows and outlines the columns. Horizontal lines and collapse buttons display above the columns that contain formulas (columns H, K, and L). The formula in cell H5 is =F5*G5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns F, G, and H. The formula in cell K5 is =I5*J5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns I, J, and K. It also creates a higher-level outline of columns F through K, because the formula in column L sums the values in columns H and K. b. Click OK. Excel maintains the outlined subtotal rows and outlines the columns. Horizontal lines and collapse buttons display above the columns that contain formulas (columns H, K, and L). The formula in cell H5 is =F5*G5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns F, G, and H. The formula in cell K5 is =I5*J5, so Excel creates an outline to group columns I, J, and K. It also creates a higher-level outline of columns F through K, because the formula in column L sums the values in columns H and K.

c. Click the collapse outline symbol above column L. You collapsed columns F through K to display disciplines, areas, and total sales by title. c. Click the collapse outline symbol above column L. You collapsed columns F through K to display disciplines, areas, and total sales by title.

d. Click the expand outline symbol above column L. You expanded the outline to show columns F through K again. d. Click the expand outline symbol above column L. You expanded the outline to show columns F through K again.

e. Click the collapse outline symbol above column H. e. Click the collapse outline symbol above column H.

You collapsed the outline to hide columns F and G so you can focus on the wholesale sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Wholesale or Unit Price Wholesale columns. You collapsed the outline to hide columns F and G so you can focus on the wholesale sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Wholesale or Unit Price Wholesale columns.

f. Click the collapse outline symbol above column K. You collapsed the outline to hide columns I and J so you can focus on the retail sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Retail or Unit Price Retail columns. f. Click the collapse outline symbol above column K. You collapsed the outline to hide columns I and J so you can focus on the retail sales without the distraction of the Units Sold Retail or Unit Price Retail columns.

g. Save the workbook. Keep the workbook open if you plan to continue with the next Hands-On Exercise. If not, save and close the workbook, and exit Excel. g. Save the workbook. Keep the workbook open if you plan to continue with the next Hands-On Exercise. If not, save and close the workbook, and exit Excel.

 

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