Expense Report Spreadsheet
The end result was that I just did not want to use this particular spreadsheet despite its useful calculations. So what could have been done to make it better? Here are 7 tips that will help you create more user-friendly spreadsheets. 1/ Consider the End User Who is going to use the spreadsheet? Are they knowledgeable about Excel? Are they knowledgeable about the contents of the spreadsheet? The answers to these questions will determine the layout security issues the amount of help provided and possibly the formatting. 2/ Get the Layout Right Often it helps to put pen to paper and sketch the rough layout of a spreadsheet beforehand.
Both the hardcopy columnar pad and an electronic spreadsheet version of my financial books were accepted by Revenue Canada. (BTW the audits disclosed more ways for me to claim back additional taxes for the previous three years! Now that s my type of audit!) In your new start-up business venture you likely will generate somewhere between 10 to 30 accounting transactions per month. These transactions would be items like Expense Revenue (sales) Liability (Loan) type transactions and Sales Tax (Federal + State/Provincial) Collection/Deductions. These transactions are further broken down into various Business Accounts.
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Spreadsheet templates are used for many reasons and each template vary according to the purpose it is used for. Spreadsheets are designed with different calculations depending on various needs. The templates designed to use for saving calculations varies according to the saving calculations made depending on the types of calculations to be made. These spreadsheets make the calculations and the data entry easier than doing it by any other format. The budget spreadsheets are little more advanced than the other as they have to undergo higher and tougher calculations and data entries.
Here was a spreadsheet that had been created by someone with a good knowledge of formulas and functions. But... it was not obvious at first glance what to do with it. Do I click on one of these buttons? Do I need to enter some data? Where do I enter the data? On closer examination these were the problems that made it difficult to use: - There was no heading or title. - It was very dense in terms of the number of cells showing on screen. - Ranges of cells were formatted in five different colours. What did it all mean? - Help provided was limited to brief comments in some cells and some of these were in hidden columns. - The sections for data entry and the sections for results were not clearly separated. - Macro buttons were square in shape.