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Lesson 1 Review Part 3 Microsoft Office 2003
1.The ___ allow you to move up/down or right/left in a worksheet. Scroll bars
2. ___ contain groups of related buttons. Toolbars
3.An Excel file is called a(n) ___. workbook
4.Move the ___ over a button to read the button’s name. pointer
5.In order to see how your final printout will look, choose ___ from the File menu. Print preview
6.The pointer becomes a(n) ___ when you move it between column heads. Two-headed arrow
7.The ___ displays the name of the current window. Title bar
8.The ___ displays the contents of a cell. Formula bar
9.A workbook can contain many ___. worksheets
10. A cell can be referenced by its ___ letter and ___ number. Column; row
11.The ____ feature can make everything appear smaller or larger on screen. zoom
12.Cells arranged vertically under a letter heading are called ___. columns
13.A(n) ___ organizes data visually. chart
14.A(n) ___ can contain data, formulas, tables, and charts. worksheet
15.Click the ___ to move from one worksheet to another Sheet tab
16.Sometimes cells must be ___ in order to view all of its contents. resized
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