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Excel Vocab

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Active Cell The cell in your worksheet that has been selected. It will have bolder gridlines around it.
Formula Bar A command line above the worksheet where text, numbers, and formulas are entered into a worksheet.
AutoFill A feature that allows you to quickly apply the contents of one cell to another cell or range of cells selected
AutoSum A function that automatically identifies and adds ranges of cells in your worksheet.
Headings The identifying letters and numbers for columns and rows. Columns are identified with letters, rows with numbers.
Cell Address The name of the cell is determined by the name of the row and the column intersecting, such as A8.
Label The identifying name that reflects the information contained in a column or row in a worksheet, such as name or date.
Row In a worksheet, the horizontal spaces with the headings 1, 2, 3, and so on.
Cell Grid The lines on your worksheet that separate the columns and rows.
Sheet Tabs Tabs you see at the bottom of your workbook file, labeled Sheet 1, Sheet 2, and so on. You can rename the tabs. They represent worksheets within the workbook.
Column In a worksheet, the vertical spaces with headings A, B, C, and so on.
Drag When you move the mouse while holding down the mouse button (usually the left) to select a range of cells.
Workbook An Excel file that contains individual worksheets. Also called a spreadsheet file.
File A document that is stored on your computer. In Excel, a file is also known as a workbook.
Fill Down A feature that allows you to copy information in an active cell to another cell or range of cells selected vertically
Worksheet A “page” within an Excel workbook that contains columns, rows, and cells.
Fill Right A feature that allows you to copy information in an active cell to another cell or range of cells you have selected horizontally.
Formula A combination of numbers and symbols used to express a calculation.
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