Enter a row for "Total Monthly Expense" under the ITEM column. For Total Monthly Expense row set up the cells under each monthly column with a formula that will use the SUM function to add the amounts and show the result. Enter a Column for “Total” to the right of your last month. Enter a formula using the AutoSum drop-down option on your tool bar and insert the Sum function in the first budget item row, under Total. Then copy this formula down for all the other categories.
The system should also allow users to access the network from anywhere as long as they can verify authenticity. The system should also be able to prevent brute force attacks. The system should also make it possible for admins to see suspicious activity. Overall the components in the system should work as intended, to ensure top notch reliability and availability.
To get the formula you will need to click the F5 cell and type =SUM(B5:F5) formula. This will give the daily total for each expense. Once you are done with the first row you will need to enter the formula into the remaining rows. As an example you will type in F6 cell =SUM(B6:F6). This calculates each cell B6-F6. As for the formula that allows you to get the total of expenses for each category weekly, you will enter in the B13 cell and type =SUM(B5:B13) continue to do this for each cell. Which in the Hotels column you would type =SUM(C5:C13). This calculates C5-C13 and gives the total. To show which receipts need to be printed out for the accountant I would advise you to type =IF(F5>100,” YES”,”) So Bill can now highlight G5, press copy then
If even one computer on a network gets affected by a virus, there is a possible threat for the other systems getting affected too. Viruses can spread on a network easily, because of the inter-connectivity of workstations. Moreover, multiple systems with common resources are the perfect breeding ground for viruses that multiply. Similarly, if malware gets accidentally installed on the central server, all clients in the network that are
In January, Reyes Tool & Dye requisitions raw materials for production as follows: Job 1 $960, Job 2 $1,630, Job 3 $720, and general factory use $680. During January, time tickets show that the factory labor of $6,100 was used as follows: Job 1 $1,570, Job 2 $1,940 Job 3 $1,670, and general factory use $920. Prepare the job cost sheets for each of the three jobs. (If answer is zero, please enter 0, do not leave any fields blank.) Job 1 Date 1/31 1/31 Direct Materials 960 0 Job 2 Date 1/31 1/31 Direct Materials 1630 0 Job 3 Date 1/31 1/31 Direct Materials 720 0 0 1670 Direct Labor 0 1,940 Direct Labor 0 1570 Direct Labor
This is one of the crucial advantages of networking computers. Everyibe can find and share data because of networking. This is beneficial for large organizations to maintain their information in an
After reviewing your income statement and seeing how you allocate costs, I created a segmented income statement (Ex-1). This statement allows us to see exactly how the costs are broken down according to your current system. According to your specifications, it
In the current situation, the order is set to every Monday which means a total number of 50 orders for the whole period, and the average Inventory calculated from the given data is 5 units. Therefore, total cost of the current situation calculation will be as follows:
Types of expense |1 |2 |3 |4 |5 |Total | | | | | | | | | |Gas |$3,600.00 |$3,600.00 |$3,600.00 |$3,600.00 |$3,600.00 |$18,000.00 | |Repairs and Maintenance |$800.00 |$928.00 |$1,048.00 |$1,160.00 |$1,264.00 |$5,200.00 | |Tires | |$760.00 |$760.00 |$760.00 |$760.00 |$3,040.00 | |Insurance |$2,400.00 |$2,400.00 |$2,400.00 |$2,400.00 |$2,400.00 |$12,000.00 | |Registration and taxes |$848.00 |$720.00 |$600.00 |$488.00 |$384.00 |$3,040.00 | |Depreciation |$9,720.00 |$5,832.00 |$3,500.00 |$2,100.00 |$1,348.00 |$22,500.00 | |Purchase