# Henegg Applied Spreadsheet Solutions (Hass) Survey

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Welcome to the Henegg Applied Spreadsheet Solutions -HASS- Diagnostic Survey.
This is a no-pass-no-fail 10-question diagnostic survey test that is meant to gauge your proficiency level and to enable us determine where you are to start our HASS training module of your courses.
Enjoy!

• 1.

### I use Excel (spreadsheet) for my routines

• A.

All the time

• B.

Every day

• C.

Seldom

• D.

Hardly

• E.

None at all

A. All the time
Explanation
The given answer "All the time" suggests that the person uses Excel for their routines consistently and regularly. This implies that Excel is an essential tool for them and they rely on it extensively in their daily activities.

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• 2.

### My daily routines involve the use of numeric data and/or my periodic reports require quantifiable measures/analysis:

• A.

All the time

• B.

Every day

• C.

Seldom

• D.

Hardly

• E.

Don't Know

A. All the time
Explanation
This answer suggests that the person's daily routines always involve the use of numeric data and their periodic reports always require quantifiable measures or analysis. This implies that they heavily rely on numbers and data in their daily work or tasks, and it is a consistent and regular part of their routine.

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• 3.

### Using Range names has...

• A.

More than 4 direct uses

• B.

Less than 4 direct uses

• C.

Only one use

• D.

I am yet to use range names

• E.

Don't know

A. More than 4 direct uses
Explanation
The answer "more than 4 direct uses" suggests that using range names in a spreadsheet has multiple benefits or purposes. These range names can be used for various tasks such as referencing specific cells or ranges, creating formulas or functions, simplifying complex formulas, and enhancing the readability and understanding of the spreadsheet.

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• 4.

### Inserting rows is less cautious than deleting columns

• A.

All the time

• B.

Sometimes

• C.

Depending on formula

• D.

ALL of the above

• E.

Don't know

A. All the time
Explanation
Inserting rows is less cautious than deleting columns because when you insert a row, it does not disrupt the existing data in the columns. The data in the columns will simply shift down to accommodate the new row. However, when you delete a column, it removes the entire column along with the data it contains, potentially causing a loss of important information. Therefore, inserting rows is a safer operation compared to deleting columns, and this is true all the time.

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• 5.

### Which of these best describes spreadsheet "Automation"?

• A.

Template

• B.

• C.

Formula

• D.

All of the above

• E.

Don't know

A. Template
Explanation
Automation in a spreadsheet refers to the ability to perform tasks automatically without manual intervention. Templates in a spreadsheet allow users to quickly create documents with pre-defined formats and formulas. Menus provide a user-friendly interface to access various features and functions. Formulas enable users to perform calculations and manipulate data. Therefore, the correct answer is "All of the above" as all these options contribute to the automation of tasks in a spreadsheet.

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• 6.

### With respect to formula in (any) Excel (session)...

• A.

I can read & amend formula

• B.

I can't but can write some great deal of formula

• C.

I can only write "basic" formula

• D.

I know formula but I don't use it

• E.

I don't know formula

A. I can read & amend formula
Explanation
The correct answer is "I can read & amend formula." This answer suggests that the person is familiar with Excel formulas and is able to understand and make changes to them. They may not be able to write complex formulas, but they have the ability to read and modify existing ones.

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• 7.

### Where can you best deploy the "utilities" of inserting rows, pivot tables, macros, etc., in spreadsheet?

• A.

Processing

• B.

Processing + Speed

• C.

Processing + Speed + Automation

• D.

Beyond Processing + Speed + Automation

• E.

Don't know

A. Processing
Explanation
The "utilities" of inserting rows, pivot tables, macros, etc., are best deployed in the processing stage of spreadsheet work. This is where the data is manipulated, analyzed, and organized in a way that is useful for the user. By using these utilities during processing, the user can efficiently manage and analyze large amounts of data, create visual representations of the data through pivot tables, and automate repetitive tasks using macros. This helps to streamline the workflow and enhance productivity.

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• 8.

### How many "Built-in" functions have you ever included in a specific formula?

• A.

>5

• B.

<5

• C.

>1

• D.

None

• E.

Don't know

A. >5
Explanation
The correct answer is ">5". This means that the person has included more than five "Built-in" functions in a specific formula.

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• 9.

• A.

Speed

• B.

Automation

• C.

Processing

• D.

All of the Above

• E.

Don't know

A. Speed
Explanation
Gaining spreadsheet proficiency allows individuals to work more efficiently and quickly. With proficiency, users can navigate and utilize various functions and formulas, reducing the time needed to complete tasks. This advantage of speed is crucial in today's fast-paced work environment where productivity is highly valued.

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• 10.

### How would you describe what we call "spreadsheet sense"?

• A.

Dissecting (raw) data

• B.

• C.

Presenting (processed) results

• D.

All of the above

• E.

Don't know

A. Dissecting (raw) data
Explanation
"Spreadsheet sense" refers to the ability to analyze and break down raw data in a spreadsheet. It involves understanding the structure and format of the data, as well as using various functions and formulas to manipulate and extract meaningful insights from the data. This skill is essential for data analysis and decision-making.

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