MSITA Excel Lesson 6
Data with letters arranged in alphabetical order (A to Z), data with numbers arranged from lowest to highest, and data with dates arranged from earliest to latest.
A note attached to a cell that is usually used to explain or identify information
contained in the cell.
Highlights worksheet data by changing the look of cells that meet a specified condition.
Arranges data with letters from Z to A, data with numbers from highest to lowest, and data with dates from oldest to newest.
Displays a subset of the data that meets certain criteria and temporarily hides the rows that do not meet the specified criteria.
Appear in the lower-right corners of the column heading cells and are used to access the AutoFilter menu for that column.
A cell in a worksheet that opens another file or page when you click it.
Anything that appears on the screen that you can select and work with as a whole.
A digital photograph or other image file.
Research task pane
Provides access to information typically found in references such as dictionaries, thesauruses, and encyclopedias.
When you take a screenshot, you can include everything visible on your monitor or a screen clipping, which is the area you choose to include.
A picture of all or part of something you see on your monitor, such as a Word document, an Excel workbook, a photograph, or a Web page.
Shapes, such as rectangles, circles, arrows, lines, flowchart symbols, and callouts, can help make a worksheet more informative.
Enhance worksheets by providing a visual representation of information and ideas.
Rearranging the data in a more meaningful order.
A predesigned workbook file that you can use as the basis or model for a new workbook.