You own a company that provides legal document delivery to attorneys and clients in Utah. Your…
You own a company that provides legal document delivery to attorneys and clients in Utah. Your couriers drive as far south as Provo and as far north as Ogden. A majority of I-15 from Sandy to Provo is under a major road construction project as UDOT builds additional lanes in each direction. Therefore, you need to know the estimated travel time on I-15 before you send your couriers out with the legal documents. You will create a Web query to the Travel Times table on the CommuterLinkTM Web site. This exercise follows the same set of skills as used in Hands-On Exercise 2 in the chapter. Refer to Figure 31 as you complete this exercise.
a. Open e09p1travel, and then save it as e09p1travel_LastnameFirstname.
b. Import data from the CommuterLink Web page by doing the following:
• Click the Data tab, and then click From Web in the Get External Data group to open the New Web Query dialog box.
• Type http://utahcommuterlink.com/Traveltime.aspx in the Address box, and then click Go.
• Click the yellow selection arrow in the top-left of the Interstate/State Road column label, and then click Import to open the Import Data dialog box.
• Click cell A3 to enter that cell reference in the Existing worksheet box, and then click OK. The imported column labels match the ones in the existing Excel worksheet; however, the Minutes heading spans applicable columns instead of repeating the word Minutes in three columns.
c. Make the following changes in the worksheet:
• Right-click the row 3 heading to select the row, and then select Hide to hide the imported row of column labels.
• Set 8.14 width for column C and 11 width for columns D, E, and F.
d. Start Word, save the new document as e09p1travel_LastnameFirstname, and then do the following:
• Click the Insert tab, and then click Screenshot in the Illustrations group.
• Click Microsoft Excel – e09p1travel_LastnameFirstname in the Available Windows gallery to insert a screenshot of the Excel workbook.
• Insert a footer with your name on the left side and a file name field on the right side of the document. Save the Word document.
e. Display the Excel window, set 0.5″ top margin, set 0.3″ left and right margins, and specify 95% scaling. Save the workbook.
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 the worksheet.
g. Save and close the workbook. Wait a few hours, reopen the workbook, click the Data tab, click Refresh All in the Connections group, set the column widths specified in step c, and then insert another screenshot in the Word document. Save and close the Word document.
h. Save and close the workbook, and submit based on your instructor’s directions.