# Spread Sheets & Charts Computer Applications. RowColumn  Run side to side  Horizontal  Identified by numbers  Run up and down  Vertical  Identified.

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Spread Sheets & Charts Computer Applications

RowColumn  Run side to side  Horizontal  Identified by numbers  Run up and down  Vertical  Identified by letters

Cell  When a row and column meet, cross, or intersect  A1 (Cell Address)

Data Range The cells chosen to create a formula, chart or to apply formatting

Control Key CtrlCtrl The key used to highlight or select a non- adjacent range of informationThe key used to highlight or select a non- adjacent range of information

LabelValue  Words used in a spreadsheet  Numbers used in a spreadsheet to calculate

Numeric Label  Numbers used as words in a spreadsheet  Place an apostrophe before the number  Computer reads as a word  Example: ‘1997

Formula  An entry that causes a calculation Equal Sign (=)  Symbol used to tell the computer to do some math  =sum(x1:x10)

Colon (:)  Symbol used to include everything in between  Use a colon =sum(a2 : d2)  Instead of typing =sum(a2+b2+c2+d2)

Total Formula  Formula used to find the SUM of a range  =SUM(A2:D2) Average Formula  Formula used to find the AVERAGE of a range  =AVERAGE(A2:D2)

Highest Formula  Formula used to find the highest number in a range  =MAX(C2:H2)  Formula used to find the lowest number in a range  =MIN(C2:H2) Lowest Formula

Other Formulas  To Multiply: =(a2*b2)  To Subtract: =(a2-b2)  To Divide: =(a2/b2)

Formatting Tool Bar Increase decimal Currency Merge and Center Decrease decimal Comma Style Percent Style Border Underline

Orientation  File, Page Setup OR OR  Print Preview  Portrait  Landscape

Margins  File, Page Setup  Click on Horizontally at bottom of dialog box

Sheet Tab  Remember to check to boxes for: –GRIDLINES –ROW and COLUMN HEADINGS

X-AxisY-Axis  The horizontal scale on charts that run side to side  The vertical scale on charts that run up and down

Bar/Column and Line Charts Bar/Column Charts Compare totals of several groups Line Charts Plot trends or show change over time

Pie Charts Explode  When a piece of the pie is moved away from the rest of the pie  Represent the percentage of each piece to a whole

Category or Data Labels  Identifies the data series on charts  The name of each symbol or bar

Legend  The key that identifies the category labels

Embedded  A chart appears on the same page with the spreadsheet  “As object in”

Chart Sheet  When the chart appears on a separate page  “As new sheet”

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