Unusual uses of Microsoft Excel 2010
Sometimes we get into things that we really do not wish to do, like organizing a party that you’re excited about. Everyone likes to go to a party, but to organize one is like going to a mart to buy headache. You wouldn't want to do it.
But, what if there’s an easy way of organizing the party by maintaining a tables for requirements and the invitees and for other such details? Yes, this is an unusual way to use Microsoft Excel 2010, but who says it can’t be used for this? Information can be stored in the form of tables and these tables will help you oversee the preparations for your party. Now let’s see how to do that!
How to do it?
You can start with opening Microsoft Excel 2010 and creating a table for people who have been invited. If you were using another application you’d have to insert a table for this. But since you are doing this on Excel, you need not. In the first row, you can give the header names for the table one after the other.
After you’ve named the headers for the table, you can start filling the details under each header and the table for the invitees is ready. Now, if you were wondering what next, you might want to add another column to the table and update the status of the invitees. Once you complete that, you have a table ready with people who’ve been invited and the people who are going to turn up for the party.
Add some spice!
Add some spice to organizing a party by making it fun, thanks to Microsoft Excel 2010. You can create various other tables that will keep you informed and give you a complete picture about the party. You can create a table for the music that’ll be played, or for requests that people sent you. You can create another table Â for the food that’s being brought in by people or the food that’s been ordered. All the information that one needs about the party can be tabulated in Excel and it's makes your job easy. This is how organizing becomes fun with Microsoft Excel 2010.
You can take a print out for the important tables and keep them with you for your reference. And if you do so, we’ll ensure you that you’ll have a great party. Oh, don’t forget to leave the print out and dance when the music is played!
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