With the intent of familiarizing ourselves with MS Excel 2007, our instructors tasked us with creating a business model of our choice along with various chart types. My group did a GIC Calculator, in which you put an invested amount in and the calculator will determine your maturity value. It also has other functions such as period and date look-ups. You can download both files for your viewing below. MS Excel is required.
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12 11 2009
This was a lab in our week 8 lab. It’s a car dealership business model made in MS Office Excel 2007. It’s quite simple but the skills that I learned while doing it were vital to my understanding of Excel. Just trying to figure out how equations work into cells is challenging enough. I use excel quite often and am always learning something new when I do assignments like this one.
11 11 2009
My next assignment for BSYS 1000 (Business Information Systems) was to create a professional document. We chose Skype and edited all the content, which was sourced completely from Wikipedia, and put it in an easy-to-read format. We even posted it on Lulu and you can purchase it for the decent price of $2.49. Check it out below.
11 11 2009
This was one of the first group assignments my team and I were tasked with. Our objective was to create a video using Microsoft PowerPoint on the reasons we came to BCIT. Other forms of media were integrated into the presentation and we used Camtasia to create the actual video. It’s been posted on YouTube and I’ve added it below for your viewing pleasure.