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EXCEL 2013 EXERCISES
Exercise: Archery Shoot Out - Using Range Names in Formulae
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Open the file in the folder shown above.
Create range names for the scoring points for the Inner Gold, Outer Gold, Inner Red and Outer Red figures (Hint: there is a quick menu option that can do all 3 together for you).
In cell F4 create a formula that calculates the Total Score using the range names for the Inner and Outer Gold and Red scores. Copy this formula down to the cells below.
Total Score = (In. Gold * In. gold pts) + (Out. Gold * Out. Gold pts) + (In. Red* In. Red pts) + (Out. Red * Out. Red pts)
Change the scoring points for the inner/outer red and gold and check that the answers change.
Re-save the file with the same name and close it.