A program that allows you to use rows and columns of data to manage, predict, and present information.
The cell ready for data entry.
When data is entered into a cell, the default alignment is labels to the left and values to the right.
An intersection of a row and column.
A selected group of cells that form a rectangle.
The column letter and the row number. Example: B12
Identified by a letter that appears at the top of the spreadsheet.
Equations with symbols for math operations. Example =B6+B7+B8+B9
Special formulas that do not use operators to calculate a result. A shortcut formula. Example: =SUM(A6:A9)
Text, symbols, dates, or numbers not used in calculations.
Identified by numbers on the left side of the spreadsheet.
A number entered into a spreadsheet cell that will be used for calculations.