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Sure, I can help you create an Excel spreadsheet for fleet maintenance with formulas. Here are the steps:
  1. Open a new Excel spreadsheet and create a table with the following columns: Vehicle ID, Date of Service, Service Type, Cost, and Notes.
  2. In the first row of the table, enter the column headers.
  3. In the Vehicle ID column, enter the ID number for each vehicle in your fleet.
  4. In the Date of Service column, enter the date when each vehicle was last serviced.
  5. In the Service Type column, enter the type of service performed on each vehicle, such as oil change, tire rotation, or brake replacement.
  6. In the Cost column, enter the cost of each service performed on each vehicle.
  7. In the Notes column, enter any additional notes or comments about the service performed on each vehicle.
  8. To calculate the total cost of all services performed on each vehicle, use the
    Formula:
    SUM 
    function. Select the cell where you want to display the total cost, then type "=SUM(" and select the range of cells containing the costs for that vehicle. Close the parentheses and press Enter.
  9. To calculate the total cost of all services performed on all vehicles, use the
    Formula:
    SUM 
    function again. Select the cell where you want to display the total cost, then type "=SUM(" and select the range of cells containing the costs for all vehicles. Close the parentheses and press Enter.
  10. To calculate the average cost of services performed on each vehicle, use the
    Formula:
    AVERAGE 
    function. Select the cell where you want to display the average cost, then type "=AVERAGE(" and select the range of cells containing the costs for that vehicle. Close the parentheses and press Enter.
  11. To calculate the average cost of services performed on all vehicles, use the
    Formula:
    AVERAGE 
    function again. Select the cell where you want to display the average cost, then type "=AVERAGE(" and select the range of cells containing the costs for all vehicles. Close the parentheses and press Enter.
  12. You can also use conditional formatting to highlight cells that meet certain criteria, such as vehicles that are due for service or services that exceed a certain cost.

That's it! You now have an Excel spreadsheet for fleet maintenance with formulas that will help you keep track of your vehicles and their service history. Let me know if you have any questions or need further assistance.
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Check out the Vehicle service logs at the MS Template Gallery.

I believe there is a fleet maint. template included.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/re...&Query=vehicle


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