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Active Cell Name Box Title Bar Formula Bar ColumnsMenu Bar Formatting Toolbar Standard Toolbar Rows Cell Fill Handle
The screen is divided into a series of ______ and _________. The rows are numbered down the left-hand side. The columns are lettered along the top.
The screen is divided into a series of rows and columns. The rows are numbered down the left-hand side. The columns are lettered along the top.
The point where the row and the column meet is called _______________. Each cell has a reference number. Eg. B2, E5, C8
The point where the row and the column meet is called the cell. Each cell has a reference number. Eg. B2, E5, C8
Only a small part of the spreadsheet screen can be seen at any one time. The Excel spreadsheet is called the ________________. The Excel _______________ is made up of many worksheets.
Only a small part of the spreadsheet screen can be seen at any one time. The Excel spreadsheet is called the worksheet. The Excel _______________ is made up of many worksheets.
Only a small part of the spreadsheet screen can be seen at any one time. The Excel spreadsheet is called the worksheet. The Excel Workbook is made up of many worksheets.
Column – The vertical reference on the spreadsheet Row – The horizontal reference on the worksheet Cell – Each individual box on the spreadsheet (intersection of a column and a row)
Active Cell – the cell you’re currently working on Cell Reference – the column letter and row number of a cell. Eg. A1, C8, F122 Grid Lines – horizontal and vertical lines on a spreadsheet
Spreadsheet – a grid that organizes data Workbook – an Excel file that has one or more worksheets Worksheet – The work area for calculating data made up of columns and rows
Sheet – one page of a worksheet Sheet tabs – tabs that identify the worksheet in a workbook
Formula Bar – Displays the contents of the selected cell Name box – shows current location of the cell cursor
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