In cell C9, type 12 and in cell D9, type Blue and then press TAB.

 Excel_Comprehensive_Capstone2_Summer_Revenue
  
Excel_Comprehensive_Capstone2_Summer_Revenue
Project Description:
In this project, you will apply skills you practiced from the objectives in Excel Chapters 4 through 10. You will develop a workbook for Frank Osei, the Vice President of Finance, that includes financial information and analysis regarding summer product revenue.
     
Open the Excel file Student_Excel_Comp_Cap2_Summer_Revenue.xlsx downloaded with this project.
 
On the Maine Store worksheet, in   the range B9:B16, use the Fill Series feature to enter interest rates   beginning with 8.00%. Decrease the amounts by .50% ending with 4.50%. Format the rates as Percent Style with two   decimal places and apply bold and center. 
 
In cell B8, enter a PMT function   using the information in the range B2:B4 to calculate a monthly payment. Be   sure that the result displays as a positive number.
 
In cells B8:H16, create a Data   Table using the information in cells B2:B4 where the row input cell is the   Period and the column input cell is the rate. Apply the format in B8 to the   results in the data table, and then AutoFit columns C:H. Format the payment   option closest to and less than $10,000 per month with the Note cell style.   Change the Orientation to Landscape.
 
On the Quarterly Apparel Costs   worksheet, apply the Currency [0] cell style to the range B6:E6. Apply the   Comma [0] cell style to the range B7:E17. To the range B18:E18, apply the   Currency [0] and Total cell styles. 
 
Name the ranges B6:E10 Swim_Costs; B11:E14 Shirt_Costs; B15:E16 Jacket_Costs; and B17:E17 Hats_Costs.
 
Insert a new row 15. In cell   A15, type Go Explore Shirts. In cell B15, type 9500. In cell C15, type 9695. In cell D15, type 8315. In cell E15, type 9275. Display the Name Manager, and then edit the Shirt_Costs name to include row 15.   Select Hats_Costs, and edit the   name to Headwear_Costs. (Mac users, click Define Name and make edits using the Define   Name dialog box.)
 
Click cell B19. On the Formulas   tab, in the Formula Auditing group, click Error Checking, and then select   Update Formula to Include Cells. Use the fill handle to copy the corrected   formula from cell B19 across through cell E19.
 
On the Quarterly Apparel Costs   worksheet, in cell B25, insert a SUM function to sum the Swim_Costs named   range, using the name in the formula. Create similar formulas in the range   B26:B28, being sure to use the range name in each formula. In B29, calculate   a total, and then apply the apply Currency [0] and Total cell style. Apply   the Currency [0] style to cell B25 and apply the Comma [0] style to the range   B26:B28. Save the workbook.
 
On the Quarterly Apparel Costs worksheet, record a Macro using the   name Sheet_Title and the Shortcut key CTRL+j. (Mac users, use Option+Command+j). Store the Macro in the workbook, and as the Description, type Report heading.   Click cell A1, type Front Range   Action Sports and then press CTRL+ENTER. Merge and   center the text across the range A1:E1, and then apply the Title cell style.   In cell A2, type Apparel Costs, and then press CTRL+ENTER. Merge and Center the text across the   range A2:E2, and then apply the Heading 1 cell style. Click cell A1, and then   stop recording the macro. Delete the text in A1:A2, and then test the macro.