You are an assistant manager at Premiere Movie Source, an online company that enables customers…
You are an assistant manager at Premiere Movie Source, an online company that enables customers to download movies for a fee. You are required to track movie download sales by genre. You gathered the data for September 2012, and then organized it in an Excel workbook. You are ready to create charts to help represent the data so that you can make a presentation to your manager later this week. This exercise follows the same set of skills as used in Hands-On Exercises 1, 3, and 4 in the chapter. Refer to Figure 39 as you complete this exercise.
a. Open e10p1movies, and then save it as e10p1movies_LastnameFirstname.
b. Click the File tab, and then click Options.
c. Select the text in the User name box, type your name, and then click OK.
d. Click the File tab, click Properties, and then select Advanced Properties. Do the following:
• Click the Summary tab if necessary.
• Type September 2012 Movie Downloads in the Title box.
• Type your name in the Manager box.
• Type Premiere Movie Source in the Company box, and then click OK. Click the Home tab.
e. Click the File tab, click Check for Issues, and then select Check Accessibility. Do the following:
• Click Chart 1 (Bar Chart) in the Errors section of the Accessibility Checker task pane to display the Bar Chart worksheet.
• Read the Why Fix and How To Fix information in the Additional Information section of the Accessibility Checker task pane.
• Right-click the chart object, and then select Format Chart Area.
• Click Alt Text on the left side of the Format Chart Area dialog box.
• Type The Drama and Comedy categories had the highest number of downloads in the Title box.
• Click Close, and then close the Accessibility Checker task pane.
f. Create a footer with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side of both worksheets.
g. Protect the workbook against unauthorized changes by doing the following:
• Click the Sept Data worksheet tab.
• Click the File tab, click Protect Workbook, and then click Protect Current Sheet.
• Type eXpLoring in the Password to unprotect sheet box, and then click OK.
• Type eXpLoring in the Reenter password to proceed box, and then click OK.
• Try typing in the current worksheet, and then click OK when Excel displays the warning message The cell or chart that you are trying to change is protected and therefore read-only.
h. Click the File tab, and then click Save & Send.
i. Click Create PDF/XPS Document in the File Types section, and then click Create PDF/XPS. Do the following in the Publish as PDF or XPS dialog box:
• Click the Save as type arrow, and then select PDF, if necessary.
• Click the Open file after publishing check box to select it, if necessary.
• Click Options, click Entire workbook in the Publish what section, and then click OK.
• Click Publish. Click Click to go to the next page in the document on the Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat toolbar.
• Exit Adobe Reader (or Adobe Acrobat).
j. Create a Windows Live account if you do not already have one. (See the chapter for details.)
k. Click the File tab, and then click Save & Send. Click Send Using E-mail in the Save & Send section, if necessary, and then click Send as Attachment. Do the following in the Outlook window:
• Type your instructor’s e-mail address in the To box.
• Type Premiere Movie Source in the Subject box.
• Type Here is the updated September 2012 workbook. I password-protected the Sept Data worksheet to prevent changes. in the message box.
• Press Enter twice, and then type your name.
• Click Send.
l. Close the workbook.