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Comp. Appl. I-Unit 5

Unit 5 Study

The cell that appears outlined with a thick border on the worksheet Active Cell
The intersection of a row and a column where data or functions can be entered, such as B12, C4, A2 Cell
The letter and number that represent the intersection of the column and row to form that cell Cell Address
Vertical group of cells identified by a letter in a worksheet Column
Number format that prints dollar symbols and commas and specified decimal places Currency
A series of calculations, expressions, numbers and operators to carry out a command in mathmatics Formula
Shows only the digits in the number and no commas General Format
Entry in a cell that begins with a letter and is left-aligned Label
Symbols used in mathematical calculations Math Operators (*,?,+,-,^)
The order in which calculations take place (parentheses, exponents, multiply/divide, add/subtract) Mathematical Order of Operation
Horizontal group of cells identified by a number in a worksheet Row
Built-in formula that calculates the sum of a range of cells SUM (Autosum)
Entry in a cell that begins with a number and is right-aligned Value
A collection of worksheets Workbook
Individual page or sheet in a workbook, shown by a tab at the bottom of the screen Worksheet
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