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5 Matching questions

  1. excel help
  2. shortcut keys
  3. shortcut menu
  4. tabs
  5. gridlines
  1. a light blue lines on an Excel worksheet that show users the boundaries for each cell
  2. b used to organize the commands by category on the Ribbon. The default tabs displayed on the Ribbon in Excel are: File, Home, Insert, Page Layout, Formulas, Data, Review, and View
  3. c pops up when you right-click on a cell in an Excel worksheet and displays a list of several other commonly used commands that aren't shown in the Mini Toolbar
  4. d allow the user to activate a command using specified keys on the keyboard rather than pressing the command button on the Ribbon or a toolbar
  5. e provides the user with assistance on how to work in Excel and how to use Excel features and functions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. allows the user to change how much of the worksheet is viewed on the screen and how small or large the data appears
  2. a single spreadsheet in an Excel workbook that can be used to display various types of data and/or graphics
  3. self explanatory
  4. a toolbar located in the upper-left corner of Excel that provides you with buttons for the Excel commands that are most frequently used
  5. provide the name of each command, what shortcut key, if any, can be used to automatically activate the command, and a description of what that command does

5 True/False questions

  1. name managerallows you to manage all of the names you create in a workbook. With the Name Manager, you can create additional names, edit names, and delete names


  2. cellan element of an Excel worksheet that is created by the intersection of a row and column


  3. microsoft excelis located on the right side of the Status Bar, displays the current magnification percent, and can be clicked on to make changes to the magnification percent


  4. orientationbutton located in the Alignment group on the Home tab that rotates data so it is presented diagonally or vertically in a cell


  5. live previewa special Excel feature that allows the user to move the mouse pointer over an option and see the effect it would have on the worksheet before selecting that option