may be entered as static or to update each time the document is opened.
inserted with a tab stop, may be dots or lines; it leads the eye to the next tab stop
inserted on the ruler every .5 inches
Used to document a source. Found on the last page of a document.
vertical blocks that may be formatted differently
Text that is printed at the top of each page unless formatted to print differently on the first page.
The white region around the text on a page. Margins must be the same for all pages in a document.
How a document is divided into pages.
Specifies a location within a line of text; all default tab stops are removed to the left of the set tab stop.
resized by clicking on the corner handle of the image
press the line button, click and drag; hold the CTRL key to drag a straight line
words turned into a graphic image
Cells that are next to each other
The column letter and row number that identify a cell, such as B3. These do not have to be keyed in uppercase letters
Mathematical statement used to calculate a value. A formula must always begin with an equal sign.
Vertical part of the worksheet grid identified by the letters A to Z and AA to XFD
Formatting that is applied to a cell when a specified condition is met
Text stored in a cell that cannot be used in calculations
Displays the cell reference of the active cell. Located at the top of the worksheet
The cell displayed with a bold border. Must be active in order to make changes in the cell.
A cell reference that reflects the row or column it has been copied to
the type of Cell Reference that does not change when copied because a dollar sign has been placed in front of both the column letter and row number, such as $A$5.
the function that is used to make a decision based on a comparison
In order from lowest to highest. Also called alphabetical order when the data is text and chronological order when the data is times or dates
collection of data and information that is to be delivered to a specific audience
miniature pictures of slides in a presentation
a single image composed of text, graphics, or other images.
controls how text and other objects appear on a slide
a blinking cursor which indicates where your next entry will start
The intersection of a row and column
Used to change the amount of space between lines of text in a paragraph
A set of related numerical data plotted on a chart
identifies each value in the data series
Text displayed on the x-axis
Corresponds to the category labels in a pie chart and series names in other chart types
Function that calculates the periodic payment for an installment loan
Function that adds the values in a range of cells and then divides the result by the number of cells in the range.
Changes a value by rounding it to a specific number of decimal places