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Steps to complete this project:Open the start file EX2019-Capstone-Level2. Note: If the workbook opens in Protected View, click the Enable Editing button in the Message Bar at the top of the worksheet so you can modify itThe file will be renamed automatically to include your name. Change the project file name if directed to do so by your instructor, and save it Insert a new worksheet and rename it: MobileSalesIf necessary, move the MobileSales worksheet so it appears first in the workbook.Enter the text and sales data as shown in the table below. Check your work carefully.ABCDE1Top’t Corn Mobile Sales (August)2Truck Location3Farragut SquareGWGeorgetownK Street4Old Bay2800100070012005Truffle3300700150020006Sea Salt and Caramel4500190018001400Format the data as follows: Apply the Heading 1 cell style to cell A1.Apply the Blue fill color to cell A1. Use the third color from the right in the row of Standard colors.Apply the White, Background 1 font color to cell A1. Use the first color at the left in the first row of Theme colors.Merge and center the worksheet title across cells A1:E1. Apply the Heading 2 cell style to cell B2.Merge and center cells B2:E2. Bold cells B3:E3.Apply the Accounting Number Format with 0 digits after the decimal to cells B4:E6.AutoFit columns A:E.Calculate total sales for each of the truck locations. Enter the word Total in cell A7. Enter a SUM function in cell B7 to calculate the total of cells B4:B6. Use AutoFill to copy the formula to cells C7:E7.Apply the Total cell style to cells A7:E7.Insert a pie chart (2-D Pie) to show the Old Bay sales for the month by location. Each piece of the pie should represent the Old Bay sales for a single location.Note: You must complete this step correctly in order to receive points for completing the next step. Check your work carefully.Modify the pie chart as follows: Apply the Layout 1 Quick Layout. Move the chart so it appears below the sales data.Insert a clustered column chart (2-D Column) to show the sales for each type of popcorn for each location. Do not include the totals. Hint: You may need to switch the row/column after inserting the chart.Note: You must complete this step correctly in order to receive points for completing the next step. Check your work carefully.Modify the column chart as follows: If necessary, modify the chart so each location is represented by a data series and the popcorn types are listed along the x axis. Change the chart title to: August Sales by Popcorn TypeApply the Style 5 chart Quick Style.Display the chart data labels using the Outside End option. If necessary, move the chart so it is next to the pie chart and the top of the charts are aligned. Preview how the worksheet will look when printed, and then apply print settings to print the worksheet on a single page. Hint: If you have one of the charts selected, deselect it before previewing the worksheet. Preview the worksheet again when you are finished to check your work. Change the orientation so the page is wider than it is tall. Change the printing scale so all columns will print on a single page. Top’t Corn is considering a new truck purchase. Calculate the total cost of the loan. Change the color of the TruckLoan worksheet tab to Orange. Use the third color from the left in the row of Standard colors. Set the width of column B to 16.In cell B6, enter a formula to calculate the total paid over the life of the loan (the monthly payment amount in cell B4 * the number of payments in cell B2). Use cell references.In cell B7, enter a formula to calculate the total interest paid over the life of the loan (the total payments in cell B6 – the original price of the truck in cell B1). Use cell references. Apply borders using the Thick Box Borders option around cells A6:B7.In cell A10, type: Buy new truck?In cell B10, enter a formula using the IF function to display Yes if the monthly payment for the truck loan is less than the average sales per month for the current trucks. Display No if it is not.Complete the following steps in the TysonsStore2019 worksheet: Select cells A2:A32, and apply the Short Date date format.In cell F2, enter a formula to calculate the daily total in dollars. Multiply the value in the Daily Total (# Sold)column by the current price per box in cell K1. Use an absolute reference where appropriate and copy the formula to cells F3:F32.In cell G2, enter a formula using the IF function to determine whether the daily sales goal in cell K2 was met. Display yes if the value in the Daily Total ($) column is greater than or equal to the daily sales goal. Display no if it is not. Use an absolute reference where appropriate and copy the formula to cells G3:G32.Create a named range DailyTotals for cells F2:F32. In cell K3, enter a formula using the named range DailyTotals to calculate the average daily sales in dollars.In cell K4, enter a formula using the named range DailyTotals to find the lowest daily sales in dollars.In cell K5, enter a formula using the named range DailyTotals to find the highest daily sales in dollars. Go to the OnlineSales worksheet and format the sales data as a table using the table style Orange, Table Style Light 10.Sort the data alphabetically by values in the Item column.Filter the table to show only rows where the value in the State column is DC.