This was a little tricky for me, especially the 4th great-grandparent area. Maybe it's because there are so many I don't know or that it was hard to find a format in FTM 2017 that made me see the names easily. Either way, hopefully, it is correct now.
My great-grandmother, Bessie Alice Carter Ranney was adopted. So the cells with the * indicates her adopted line so I don't need to research those surnames.
My father's paternal line and my mother's paternal line overlap. So the ### in a cell indicates a repeat surname.
You will see a couple of names mentioned twice. This is because they are in different lines, and I am not sure yet if they are the same family.
And of course, empty (blank) cells indicate I have some more research to do!
The article I got the idea from is located here: our-surname-tables-for-dna-research. I was confused by her video (because I don't have that cool fan tree she used!), but it gave me the general idea, and I figured it out from there. The order of the columns are Paternal Father, Paternal Mother, Maternal Father, and Maternal Mother.
Try it out. Add a tool to your genealogy toolbox. Let me know if you have questions, and I'll try my best to help.