Documents printed in landscape orientation are wider than they are long (WD 14).
Click it to open a menu, which contains commands for working with files (WD 5).
Documents printed in portrait orientation are longer than they are wide (WD 14).
Enables you to look at a document as it will appear when printed (WD 14).
Contains commands for working with the document, organized by tabs (WD 5).
A small bar that contains buttons for performing commands (WD12).
The use of computer software to enter and edit text (WD 3).
Feature that allows you to increase or decrease the size of the document on-screen (WD 5).
The size, style and design of text - WD
Blank areas around the top, bottom, and sides of a page (WD 106).
You can align your text to the right margin (WD 108).
Graphics that are already drawn or photographed and available for use in documents (WD 148).
Cut off part of the image or clip art(WD 152).
The green circle on the selection rectangle that you drag to rotate an object (WD 150).
A shape specifically designed to hold text (WD 166).
Text that is printed at the bottom of each page.
Text that is printed at the top of each page.
The place where one page ends and another begins.
Arranges a list in ascending or descending order (WD 205).
Absolute cell reference
Does not change when copied or moved to a new cell (EX 90).
The equation used to calculate values in a cell (EX 85).
Mixed cell reference
Cell references that contain both relative and absolute references (EX 91).
A symbol that indicates the type of calculation to perform on operands (EX 86).
Order of evaluation
The sequence used to calculate the value of a formula (EX 87).
Allows you to point and click each cell in a formula rather than typing cell references (EX 92).
Relative cell reference
Adjusts to its new location when copied or moved (EX 90).
Makes adding long columns or rows of numbers simple to do (EX 93).
Duplicates the cell's contents without affecting the original cell (EX 56).
You select rows and/or columns to remain visible on the screen as the rest of the worksheet scrolls (EX 63).
Places the last item from the Clipboard into the cell or range selected in the worksheet (EX 56).
Divides the worksheet window into two or four panes that you can scroll independently (EX 64).
The cell in the worksheet in which you can type data (EX 6).
The intersection of a row and a column (EX 6).
Appears vertically and is identified by letters at the top of the worksheet window (EX 6).
Microsoft Office Excel 2007 (Excel)
The spreadsheet program in Microsoft Office 2007 (EX 4).
Cell reference area located below the Ribbon, displays the cell reference of the active cell (EX 6).
A group of selected cells (EX 11).
Appears horizontally and is identified by numbers on the left side of the worksheet window (EX 6).
Tab at the bottom of the worksheet window that displays the name of the worksheet (EX 6).
A grid of rows and columns in which you enter text, numbers, and the results of calculations (EX 4).
A computerized spreadsheet (EX 4).
Combine into one cell (EX 31).
Hidden from view (EX 34).
When the row height adjusts automatically to include additional lines until all the text is visible (EX 34).
The value the function uses to perform a calculation, including a number, text, or a cell reference that acts as an operand (EX 105).
Functions used to analyze loans and investments (EX 114).
As you begin to type a function name, this feature shows a list of functions below the active cell (EX 108).
Functions, such as the square root and rounding functions that manipulate quantitative data in a worksheet (EX 109-110).
A note attached to a cell that is usually used to explain or identify information contained in the cell (EX 154).
Displays a subset of the data that meets certain criteria and temporarily hides the rows that do not meet the specified criteria (EX 134).
A cell in a worksheet that opens another file or page when you click it (EX 149).
Anything that appears on the screen that you can select and work with as a whole (EX 140).
Enhance worksheets by providing a visual representation of information and ideas (EX 142).
The location where the data will appear after it is transferred (EX 169).
A graphical representation of data (EX 182).
Formats the chart based on the colors, fonts, and effects associated with the workbook's theme (EX 191).
Text or numbers that provide additional information about a data marker (EX 190).
Exploded pie chart
When you pull one or more slices away from the pie in a pie chart to distinguish them. (EX 193).
A list that identifies patterns, symbols, or colors used in a chart (EX 190).
Chart that is similar to a column chart, but where columns are replaced by points connected by a line .