The horizontal bar at the bottom of a desktop that includes the start button, minimized window buttons, and a row of icons usually related to input and output devices. Windows that contains additional commands.
Where worksheets are stored; a workbook contains one or more worksheets.
A spreadsheet in Excel, consisting of a grid of rows and columns containing numbers, text, and formulas.
A tab in the horizontal scroll bar to provide quick and easy access to a worksheet. To the bottom corner, identifies sheets in workbook.
The letter at the top of a column.
The number at the left side of the row.
One intersection of a row and a column in a table. storage location in a worksheet.
Identifies the column letter and row number in a worksheet. Cells unique address.
A selected cell in an Excel worksheet. A cell that usually have black box.
A box that displays the cell reference of the active cell. Dropdown list that shows the list for active cells
Boundary lines in a table used for layout purposes; they show on the screen, but they do not print.
A list of commands or options grouped under specific headings or titles (e.g., Files, Edit,) on a window's menu bar.
Lists all commands associatied with menu choice on the menu bar.
Displays in faint type, not availiable for current selection.
Hidden Commands text
Recessed command does not display on short menu.
Auto sum buttons
A button in excel that lets you add all the active cells highlighted.
A group of adjacent cells selected in a worksheet. All cells in a range touch each other to form a rectangle. (Rectangle group of cells)
The cell ranges that you consolidate in the destination area you specify. Source areas can be on any worksheet in a workbook, in other open or closed workbooks. Cell or cells being copied.
The range of cells that you select to hold the summarized data in a consolidation. The destination area can be on the same worksheet as the source data or on a different worksheet. A worksheet contains only one consolidation. The range of cells recieveing the copy.
Cell references which will be adjusted relative to the formula's new location when a formula is copied of moved to a new location. Adjusts formula where copy is located
A small square in the lower right corner of a active cell in a worksheet. Small rectangle at the the box.
A group of text in a spreadsheet. Readable sequences of characters.