Your high school reunion is coming up in a few months, and you want to lose a few pounds. If you…
Your high school reunion is coming up in a few months, and you want to lose a few pounds. If you keep your calorie count low and total grams of fat consumed to no more than 30% of total calories, you should be successful in losing weight, especially if you begin to exercise. You are tracking your meals for a few weeks. Because you were not successful in getting below 30% in Week 1, you made some changes in Week 2. As you plan for Sunday’s meals in Week 2, you realize you are almost below 30% and need to make some smart food choices. Also, you notice the Week 1 worksheet contains a few errors. You will use trace precedents to help you fix the errors. You also need to add the last meal choices for Week 2. You will add some data validation rules to help you make sure you choose the best foods to make you successful in your weight loss plans, and will use the watch window to make sure your choices keep the total fat grams to less than 30% of calories.
a. Open e08m3diet, and then save it as e08m3diet_LastnameFirstname.
b. Display the Week 1 worksheet, and then use the Error Checking dialog box to locate four errors in the worksheet. In each cell containing an error, fix the error, and then insert a comment to document what caused the error and how you fixed it.
c. Go to cell D60 on the Week 2 worksheet. Trace the precedents to ensure the formula correctly adds all Daily Subtotals. Make any necessary changes.
d. Go to cell E60 on the Week 2 worksheet. Trace the dependents to determine where this cell is used in other formulas. Use Help if necessary to learn how to trace dependents that lead to cells on other worksheets. Include a comment in cell E60 that indicates which cell(s) is dependent on E60.
e. Add a data validation rule to the range D3:D59 on the Week 2 worksheet. Set a rule to accept 15 or less and that displays a warning that this is a high fat content food when a food item greater than 15 is entered and asks if the user wants to proceed.
f. Activate the watch window for cell C7 on the Summary worksheet.
g. Add the following meal choices for Sunday on the Week 2 worksheet. If you receive a warning, look at previous menu options in Week 1 or Week 2 for a better choice. Enter the better choices in the applicable cells in Week 2.
h. Go to cell F51, and then create a formula that multiplies D51 by 9 to calculate the calories from fat for that item. In cell G51, create a formula that divides calories from fat by total calories. Copy both formulas for all new food entries. Calculate the Daily Subtotals for Sunday in cells F59 and G59.
i. Using the watch window, make sure your choices result in a Fat/Calorie value of less than 30%. If not, replace the items with the highest fat content in Sunday’s menu with lower fat content items from other meals to bring the value in the watch window below 30%. Close the watch window when you are done.
j. 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 each worksheet. Adjust the orientation, margins, and scaling so that each worksheet fits on one page.
k. Save and close the workbooks, and submit based on your instructor’s directions.