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Chapter 07 LN

QuestionAnswer
ascending order An arrangement in which data appears alphabetically from A to Z.
AutoFilter A built-in set of filtering capabilities.
comparison operator A sign, such as greater than (>) or less than (<), that is used to compare two values.
criteria Specifi cations that allot what data type users want to use in a cell or range of cells and how users want that data used,formatted, or displayed.
descending order An arrangement in which data appear alphabetically from Z to A.
duplicate value Occurs when all values in a row are an exact match for all the values in another row.
filter A restriction that Excel uses to determine which worksheet rows to display.
grouping Organizing data so that it can be viewed as a collapsible and expandable outline.
outline symbols Symbols that are used to change the view of an outlined worksheet.
placeholders Important text directives specified by the author of the template to direct the user where to add specific data in specific cells within the template.
Created by: FishSandwhich