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Excel Terms

Excel Basics

Spreadsheet used to organize information in cells formed by columns and rows
Cell the intersection of a row and a column
Column vertical columns that are identified by letters
Row horizontal rows that are identified by numbers
Cell address a cells column letter and row number form a cell name (ex
Active cell the current cell that you are working with; it is surrounded by a heavy black outline
Range a block of adjoining cells
Range address consists of the cell address for the upper-left cell, a colon, then for the lower right cell
Workbook a saved spreadsheet file
Worksheet an individual page or sheet within a workbook
Worksheet tab used to identify a worksheet
Value numeric data (numbers) that is entered into a spreadsheet as data that will can be calculated
Numeric label numbers that are entered into a spreadsheet to label information
Alphabetic label text (alphabets or symbols) that is entered into a spreadsheet to label information
Chart provides a graphic image of the data in your spreadsheet. It reveals a trend or compares data
AVERAGE Function calculates the average of all the values in the selected range
SUM Function calculates the cells or range of cells you want to total
Fill used to copy a formula from one cell to a range of adjoining cells
MAX Function finds the maximum (largest) value within the range specified as the argument
MIN Function finds the minimum (smallest) value within the range specified as the argument
Function performs a predefined calculation in a formula to help you create formulas more quickly
Formulas performs calculations on the values
Operators basic formulas use operators to add (+), subtract (-), multiply (*), or divide (/) information
Currency format changes the appearance of the values to dollar values with a dollar sign
Cell Style a defined set of formatting characteristics, such as fonts and font sizes, number formats, cell borders, and cell shading
Percentage format changes the appearance of the values to a percent
Wrap Text cell formatting that forces text to break into multiple lines within a cell
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