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Lesson 1 Vocabulary Words
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The location of the worksheet insertion point where you are currently working (EX 4).
Active cell reference
The cell address for the active cell (EX 6).
The intersection of a column and row (EX 6).
A unique reference for a cell which is made up of the column letter and row number(EX 6).
Vertical and arranged alphabetically (EX 6).
Displays the contents of the active cell (EX 4).
A view that hides all the commands and provides a full view of just the worksheet (EX 18).
Cells that contain text, such as an alphabetic character or non-mathematical symbols, as the first character (EX 12).
On the left side of the cell (EX 12).
The place where the name of the active cell appears (EX 4).
A copy of the worksheet (EX 19).
Provides access to basic open, save, and print commands (EX 4).
Sections of the window (EX 20).
Quick Access Toolbar
Provides a set of commands independent of the tab you have open (EX 4).
A group of cells in a row, column, or block (EX 16).
Is made up of tabs that group commands by function. Each of the tabs represents a core task you perform in Excel (EX 4).
On the right side of the cell (EX 12).
Horizontal and arranged by number (EX 6).
Tool used to scroll, or move up and down or side to side within the worksheet (EX 8).
The method used to identify the worksheet. They are located at the bottom of the workbook (EX 5).
Multiple resizable panes to view all parts of a worksheet (EX 20).
Provides workbook view buttons and the Zoom controls, and indicates if certain options are turned on or off (EX 5).
Displays the name of the active workbook (EX 4).
A number or date in a cell (EX 12).
An Excel file (EX 5).
Separate documents within your workbook (EX 5).
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