the space formed by the intersection of a row and a column
Rows are the horizontal divisions of a worksheet that are identified by numbers.
.Columns are the vertical divisions of a worksheet that are identified by letters.
A range is a block of cells that can be selected, manipulated, named, or formatted as a group.
A label is any cell entry other than a numeric value or a formula. A text entry in a cell is called a label. A range of values will often have a label to identify it.
When a cell contains a formula, the resulting number shown on the screen is called a value.
A formula is an expression entered in a cell that performs numeric calculation, logical comparison, or text string manipulation
A function is a preset formula. Functions consist of the function name and its arguments. The function name tells Excel what calculation you want it to perform.
A worksheet is an electronic spreadsheet that lets you enter, analyze, and calculate data
A workbook is the Excel file that stores your information
A relative address is a standard cell reference that appears like this: A1,E15,M42
An absolute address in a formula refers to a specific cell location or range
Legends provide a key to the data illustrated in a chart