# Microsoft Excel 2013 training exercises

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 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Range names and absolute references Level: Relatively easy Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Cake Friday - uses an absolute cell to always refer to the cakes per child figure.
 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Range names and absolute references Level: Average difficulty Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Creates Range names and uses them in formulae.
 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Range names and absolute references Level: Average difficulty Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Creates 3 range names and uses them to calculate the revenue, costs and profit.
 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Range names and absolute references Level: Average difficulty Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Uses a range name in the formula to calculate the holiday costs in UK £.
 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Range names and absolute references Level: Average difficulty Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Uses absolute cell references to refer to the ticket prices in the formulae.
 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Range names and absolute references Level: Average difficulty Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Uses absolute cell references to calculate store bonuses.
 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Range names and absolute references Level: Harder than average Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Creates range names for the archery scoring and uses them in the formula.
 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Charts Level: Average difficulty Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Selects all the data and creates a line chart which has to be formatted to display time across X axis.
 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Charts Level: Average difficulty Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Selects all the data and creates a 3D pie chart with an exploded segment and labels with %.
 Category: Excel 2013 Topic: Charts Level: Average difficulty Courses: Excel IntroductionAdvanced ExcelExcel Business Modelling Exercise: Selects part of the worksheet and creates a basic Column chart that has formats applied.