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3. Add Items to Your Spreadsheet

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To start, delete the examples in the template.

Then, take a few minutes to think about what you’ll need to do for your event.

Use the ideas in this video as you imagine planning your own event.

Once you’re ready to start adding tasks, type “Create a plan for the event” in cell C4.

You’re making a plan right now!

Use the left arrow key to move one cell to the left, or click cell B4.

Enter the date using a “slash.”

For example, March 22nd is 3 / 22.

Next, add your event and its date.

You may be unsure of the dates.

That’s ok.

Here are some examples.

Modify these or think of other tasks for your event.

Once you have at least 5 tasks and dates, add “Create logo,” “Create flyer,” “Create website,” and “Promote the event.”

You’ll complete each of these steps during this unit.

You can quickly *sort* the spreadsheet to put the tasks in order.

Sort the sheet in ascending order, or A to Z.

This will sort from the closest date to the one furthest away.

Delete tasks and rows if needed.

Now, it’s your turn: Add tasks to your to-do list.

Add “Create a plan for the event."

Add your event and the date.

Add at least 5 more tasks and deadlines.

Also include: Create a logo Create a flyer Create a website And promote your event Sort the st.

Then, move on to the next video to assign these tasks to different people.


Add tasks to your to-do list.
  1. Add "Create a plan for the event" with today's date.
  2. Add your event and the date.
  3. Add at least 5 more tasks and deadlines.