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Excel | Basic tables exercise | Sort/Filter Tables - Hair
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.
Here is the top portion of the file before you start using it:
This is the basic file pre-sorting/filtering
Sort the table into:
- Treatments first, then;
- Proper alphabetical order (ie sort by surname and then by initial)
The top part of your file should now resemble this:
Treatments are the first sort order, then surname and initial.
You have received a manufacturer's warning concerning products used on redheads over 45yrs. Use filtering to find only:
- People with red hair; and
- Over 45 yrs in age; and
- Joined the salon after 1st June 2017.
This should find the following clients:
There are just 5 clients you need to contact!
You want to offer your most recent clients a special offer for a balayage treatment on blonde hair. Use filtering to find only the clients who match the following criteria:
- Blonde hair; and
- Have a balayage treatment; and
- Were a new client in 2017.
You should find the following clients:
There are only 3 clients to contact.
Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.