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Entering Worksheet Formulas

Absolute cell reference: Does not change when copied or moved to a new cell (EX 90).
Formula: The equation used to calculate values in a cell (EX 85).
Manual calculation: Lets you determine when Excel calculates the formulas (EX 97).
Mixed cell reference: Cell references that contain both relative and absolute references (EX 91).
Operand: A constant (text or number) or cell reference used in a formula (EX 86).
Operator: A symbol that indicates the type of calculation to perform on operands (EX 86).
Order of evaluation: The sequence used to calculate the value of a formula (EX 87).
Point-and-click method: Allows you to point and click each cell in a formula rather than typing cell references (EX 92).
Relative cell reference: Adjusts to its new location when copied or moved (EX 90).
Sum button: Makes adding long columns or rows of numbers simple to do (EX 93).
True An operand is a constant or cell reference used in formulas.
False In a formula, subtraction is performed before multiplication.
False In a formula, operations within parentheses are performed after operations outside parentheses.
True An absolute reference does not change if the formula is copied or moved.
True Manual calculations lets you determine when Excel calculates formula results.
How do you enter the formula =C4+B5+D2 using the point-and-click method. To insert the formula =C4+B5+D2 using the point-and-click method, type =, click cell C4, type +, click cell B5, type +, click cell D2, and then press the Enter key.
How do you display formulas in the worksheet cells ratherr than the formula results? 5. You can display formulas instead of formula results by clicking the Show Formulas button in the Formula Auditing group on the Formulas tab. You can also press the Ctrl+` keys.
Created by: eva_rutiri