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A selected worksheet cell that is ready for data entry
the tab currently displayed
Auto calculate area
status bar command used to obtain a total, average, or other information about numbers in a range
horizontal axis of a chart, usually containing the names of data groups; in a 2-dimensional chart, also known as the x-axis
Basic unit of life
The column letter and the row number. Example: B12
a column letter above the grid that identifies each column
a box opened by a menu commands that allow you to select opitions or specify information to preform the command
A chart is inserted in the center of the worksheet.
an on-screen note that provides the name of the command
A location on disk where you can store files.
the design and appearance of printed characters
Found directly above column headings; shows location in spreadsheet and what was typed in cell
A list of options available for a command.
Nonprinting lines that can be displayed around cells in a table.
Output from a printer to paper.
Primary tab-- contains the more frequently used commands
procedure where the contents of a cell are editing directly in the cell
new characters being added to existing characters
A blinking vertical line that shows where text will appear when you begin typing
to select a command using the keyboard, press its displayed code letter
words that describe the information the user is trying to locate
flush with left margin with ragged right edge
1. key to map; 2. myth or story
In excel, combining multiple cells by removing the boundaries between the cells, usually done to create a title or informational text for the worksheet
Data about data
Microsoft Office Excel
a powerful spreadsheet program that allows organize data, complete calqulations, make decisons, graph data, etc.
Appears when you first select text. Contains commonly used text and paragraph formatting commands.
Displays the cell reference, which is the location of the active cell in the worksheet. It is located on the left side of the formula bar.
A central location for managing and sharing documents
The method of operation used to replace existing text in a document with new text.
The measurement, or size of a font (text); each point is approximately 1/72 of an inch
Quick Access Toolbar
A small customizable toolbar at the top of the screen with buttons for common commands such as Save and Print.
A cell reference that changes when a formula is copied to a new location.
A screen element that displays buttons for accessing Office features and commands
a number at the far-left side of a row that can be clicked to select the entire row of cells
arrows at the end of the scroll bar that can be clicked to move a document up, down, left, and right in small increments
The navigation buttons are located on the bottom of the vertical and horizontal scroll bar to move up, down, left or right in the typing area.
A small tab at the bottom of a worksheet that allows you to move from one worksheet to another within the same workbook.
A menu that appears when you right-click something in the program window; it contains a list of commands you are most likely to use with the item or text you right-clicked.
A bar at the bottom of the program window that provides information about the current file and process.
a list of additional commands associated with the selected command
A built-in calculation used to add a range of values together.
to remove (as a parliamentary motion) from consideration
A window along the left side of the program window that contains options and commands
How many layers of music are present
Central idea of a work of literature
horizontal or vertical grouping of values from the worksheet
A collection of related worksheets
A computerized spreadsheet in Excel.
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