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Let’s Learn About Spreadsheets Start

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What is a Spreadsheet? A spreadsheet is used for storing information and data. Calculations can be performed on the data in a spreadsheet. Microsoft Excel is the most common spreadsheet application, although there are other spreadsheets available.

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Parts of a Spreadsheet This is a COLUMN. Columns are labelled with letters.

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Parts of a Spreadsheet This is a ROW Rows are labelled with numbers.

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Parts of a Spreadsheet This is a CELL Each cell has a unique CELL REFERENCE

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Parts of a Spreadsheet The CELL REFERENCE of this cell is E4

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Parts of a Spreadsheet The cell that you are currently clicked in is called the ACTIVE CELL. It has a thick black line around it. Any text you type will go in this cell.

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Parts of a Spreadsheet A LABEL is a piece of TEXT that you add to a spreadsheet to help describe the numbers.

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Parts of a Spreadsheet These are all LABELS.

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Parts of a Spreadsheet A VALUE is a NUMBER that you type into a spreadsheet. It is a number that you already know.

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Parts of a Spreadsheet These are all VALUES.

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Cell Referencing Quiz Start

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ABCDEFGHI 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Put Scooby in cell B4 Check Answer

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ABCDEFGHI 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 B4 Next Question

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets ABC 1 2 356 Let’s add the numbers in cells A3 and B3

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets ABC 1 2 356 = Let’s add the numbers in cells A3 and B3 All formulae start with an = sign

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets ABC 1 2 356= A3 Let’s add the numbers in cells A3 and B3 All formulae start with an = sign Then put the cell reference of the first cell

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets ABC 1 2 356= A3 + Let’s add the numbers in cells A3 and B3 All formulae start with an = sign Then put the cell reference of the first cell +

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets ABC 1 2 356= A3 + B3 Let’s add the numbers in cells A3 and B3 All formulae start with an = sign Then put the cell reference of the first cell The cell reference of the second cell +

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets ABC 1 2 35611 The correct answer will now be displayed when you press ENTER

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets ABC 1 2 35611 If you change one of the numbers used in the calculation 10

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets ABC 1 2 35611 If you change one of the numbers used in the calculation The answer is automatically updated 1610

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets SumSymbol Used in a Spreadsheet Example Adding+= A1 + B2

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets SumSymbol Used in a Spreadsheet Example Adding+= A1 + B2 Subtracting-= A1 – B2

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets SumSymbol Used in a Spreadsheet Example Adding+= A1 + B2 Subtracting-= A1 – B2 Multiplying* (star)= A1 * B2

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Using Formulae in Spreadsheets SumSymbol Used in a Spreadsheet Example Adding+= A1 + B2 Subtracting-= A1 – B2 Multiplying* (star)= A1 * B2 Dividing/= A1 / B2

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Quiz on Formulae Start

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ABCD 1 2 3 4128 5 6 =+ B5B3 C4A4D6B4A1 Create the formula to ADD the two numbers in the spreadsheet and put the answer in cell C4 - * / Check Answer

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ABCD 1 2 3 4128=A4+B4 5 6 =+ B5B3 C4A4D6B4A1 Drag the correct symbols and cell references onto the spreadsheet. Create the formula to ADD the two numbers in the spreadsheet and put the answer in cell C4 - * / A4 B4 + Next Question

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ABCD 1 220 3 415 5 6 = + D6B3 D5 C4 A4D6B4 A2 Create the formula to ADD the two numbers in the spreadsheet and put the answer in cell D5 - * / Check Answer

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ABCD 1 220 3 415 5=A2+C4 6 =+ D6B3 D5 C4A4D6B4A2 Create the formula to ADD the two numbers in the spreadsheet and put the answer in cell D5 - * / A2 C4 + Next Question

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