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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.
Specifies a location within a line of text; all default tab stops are removed to the left of the set tab stop.
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.
The cell displayed with a bold border. Must be active in order to make changes in the cell.
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.
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
Function that adds the values in a range of cells and then divides the result by the number of cells in the range.
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