# Excel chapter 6 grader project – delta paint |

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Download and open the file named* Exp19_Excel_Ch06_Cap_DeltaPaint.xlsx*. Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the filename.

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Create appropriate range names for Total Production Cost (cell B18) and Gross Profit (cell B21) by selection, using the values in the left column.

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Edit the existing name range Employee_Hourly_Wage to **Hourly_Wages2021**.

Note, Mac users, in the Define Name dialog box, add the new named range, and delete the original one.

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Use the newly created range names to create a formula to calculate Net Profit (in cell B22). Net Profit = Gross Profit – Total Production Cost.

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Create a new worksheet labeled** Range Names**, paste the newly created range name information in cell A1, and resize the columns as needed for proper display.

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On the Forecast sheet, start in cell E3. Complete the series of substitution values ranging from **10 **to 200 at increments of 10 gallons vertically down column E.

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Enter references to the **Total_Production_Cost**, **Gross_Profit**, and Net Profit cells in the correct locations (F2, G2, and H2 respectively) for a one-variable data table. Use range names where indicated.

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Complete the one-variable data table in the range E2:H22 using cell B4 as the column input cell, and then format the results with Accounting Number Format with two decimal places.

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Apply custom number formats to make the formula references appear as descriptive column headings. In F2, **Total Costs**; in G2, **Gross Profit**, in H2, **Net Profit**. Bold and center the headings and substitution values.

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Copy the number of gallons produced substitution values from the one-variable data table, and then paste the values starting in cell E26.

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Type **$15** in cell F25. Complete the series of substitution values from $15 to $40 at $5 increments.

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Enter the reference to the net profit formula in the correct location for a two-variable data table.

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Complete the two-variable data table in the range E25:K45. Use cell B6 as the Row input cell and B4 as the Column input cell. Format the results with Accounting Number Format with two decimal places.

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Apply a custom number format to make the formula reference appear as a descriptive column heading **Wages**. Bold and center the headings and substitution values where necessary.

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Create a scenario named **Best Case**, using Units Sold, Unit Selling Price, and Employee Hourly Wage (use cell references). Enter these values for the scenario: **200**, **30**, and **15**.

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Create a second scenario named **Worst Case**, using the same changing cells. Enter these values for the scenario: **100**, **25**, and **20**.

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Create a third scenario named **Most Likely**, using the same changing cells. Enter these values for the scenario: **150**, **25**, and **15**.

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Generate a scenario summary report using the cell references for Total Production Cost and Net Profit.

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Load the Solver add-in if it is not already loaded. Set the objective to calculate the highest Net Profit possible.

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Use the units sold as changing variable cells.

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Use the Limitations section of the spreadsheet model to set a constraint for raw materials (The raw materials consumed must be less than or equal to the raw materials available). Use cell references to set constraints.

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Set a constraint for labor hours. Use cell references to set constraints.

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Set a constraint for maximum production capability. Units sold (B4) must be less than or equal to maximum capability per week (B7). Use cell references to set constraints.

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Solve the problem. Generate the Answer Report and Keep Solver Solution.

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Create a footer on all four worksheets with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side.

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Save and close *Exp19_Excel_Ch06_Cap_DeltaPaint.xlsx*. Exit Excel. Submit the file as directed.