is a spreadsheet program. A spreadsheet is a grid of rows and columns in which you enter text, numbers, and the results of calculations When you start Excel the programs starts with three blank worksheets-Sheet 1, Sheet 2, and Sheet 3. The name of the worksheet appears on the worksheet tab
One spreadsheet in a workbook.
A collection of related worksheets.
A box on the spreadsheet (just below the toolbar) that contains the cell reference for the active cell.
A box on the spreadsheet (just below the toolbar) that contains the formula or data contained in the active cell.
The intersection of a row or column...
The cell that is highlighted. This cell address shows up in the name box.
The designation for a cell (for example: A5 or C17).
A horizontal line of data that is identified by a number on the left side.
A vertical line of data that is identified by a letter at the top.
Go To Command—
the fastest way to move to a particular cell
A set of adjoining highlighted cells (for example: B5:B18)
locates data in a worksheet.
Replace substitutes --
new data for the found data
magnifies or reduces the view of the worksheet