All classes met in the computer lab to begin our 4 week project of creating a graph in Microsoft Excel. Student should have watched the Introductory video, Beginner's Guide to Graphing Data before entering the lab.
- Log in to your student desktop
- Go to the lower left hand corner of the computer screen and click the start menu
- move cursor to all programs and click
- scroll down to the Microsoft office 2013 folder and click
- scroll down to Microsoft Excel and double click.
- A spreadsheet will open. (if you get the orange OFFICE box when you first start, just close the box. You DO NOT need to go through the set up.)
- Type the word anything in row 1, column A box,
- Go to the file tab and click. a green border will appear on the left hand side of the screen.
- Scroll down to the "save as"tab and click once
- Change the file name to "your last name_ your team mates last name"(Don't SAVE YET)
- Now on the left hand side of the box scroll down until you see "This Computer". Click it once.
- On the right side of the box several hard drive icons appeared. Find the one with your name in it and double click it.
- Move your cursor up to the tab marked "new folder" and click it.
- When the new folder appears in your drive rename it to "Allison".
- Click anywhere off the new folder so it is un- highlighted and the name is saved.
- double click on the folder "Allison"and it will open.
- Now move the cursor down to "save"and click it once.
- Your new spreadsheet is now saved in the folder and can be accessed from any computer that will allow you to access your desk top.
- All work created for my class will be in your folder with my name on it.
Report to 4-109 DON'T BE LATE! Immediately sit with your partner and get logged in ad begin creating your graphs. This should take about 15 minutes. The remainder of the time is yours to flesh out your research and create your Science Project Hypothesis before the end of the period. This will be graded today.
- Binders (if not already done)
- Science Fair Topic chosen (if not already done)
- COWS (if not already done)
- Competed graphs. (4 week project grade)
- Science Fair Hypotheses.