Excel has many automatic functions for calculating, such as SUM. Sometimes you will need to perform a mathematical calculation without using one of these functions.
Start Excel. From the folder that contains your project files, Open the Excel file Meeting_Data_Firstname_Lastname that you saved from the previous export activity.
Click in cell B1, and then type Max to change the column heading. Press to complete the entry and move to cell C1. Click in cell C1, and then type Min to change the column heading. Press . Click in cell D1, and then type Difference as a new column heading. Press to complete the last cell entry.
In cell D2, type the formula =B2-C2 Press . Cell D2 displays the calculated value.
In cell D2, click and drag the fill handle at the lower right corner of the cell to cell D6, and then release the mouse button.
Save your file and leave it open for the next activity.
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