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In this task you will design, create and use a spreadsheet appropriate to your work for the French trip. You will need to use appropriate information that you found in Task 2 when completing this task. Your spreadsheet should present the costs involved for at least two of the different trip options. Using the Booklet

This booklet contains everything you will need to complete this task, divided up into 2 sections.

RED SECTIONS Explain exactly WHAT you have to do.GREEN SECTIONS - Give you the space to put your evidence

Task 5 Part APart ADesign and create a spreadsheet to display information regarding the costs of the French trip.Your spreadsheet should include: Transport costs per person.Entry fees for visitor attractions (sightseeing/places of interest) per person.

Your spreadsheet should allow you to change the total number of people to work out a total cost. Your spreadsheet must include column headings, row labels, a title, text and numeric data.

OCR Nationals ICT Unit 1Task 5 Grade CTask 5 Part BPart BCreate appropriate formulas to calculate, for example:

Total cost of each option.Cost per person. Cheapest/most expensive cost.

You must use one arithmetic operator e.g.

You must use one function e.g.

SUM, AVERAGE, MAX or MIN.

Task 5 Part B1 U1T5S5 Arithmetic operator

Using text and images, explain the use of your arithmetic operator

Text labelsFont.Style.Size.Colour.Alignment.

NumbersDecimal places.Percentage.Currency.Date/time.

Task 5 Part C1 U1T5S8 Formatting textUsing text and images, explain the formatting of text.

OCR Nationals ICT Unit 1Task 5 Grade CTask 5 Part C2 U1T5S9 Formatting numbersUsing text and images, explain the formatting of numbers.

OCR Nationals ICT Unit 1Task 5 Grade CTask 5 Part C1 U1T5S10 Formatting cellsUsing text and images, explain the formatting of cells.

You must now create a PDF of your spreadsheet and email it to me.

Change some numeric data to model the expected outcome for at least two different scenarios, for example you might increase and/or decrease the transport cost to investigate what happens to the final cost or you could investigate what would happen to the total cost of the trip if the entry fees to the attractions were increased and/or decreased. Save each change as a new, separate spreadsheet as you will need them both in the next task.

Part F

You must now use text boxes to annotate the changes you made to the spreadsheets above, highlighting both the change you made and the resulting changes to the total costs.

Create a PDF of each spreadsheet complete with the notes to show the changes you made and the results.