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Excel Lesson 8 Terms

Absolute cell reference A reference that does not change when a formula is copied or moved.
Arguments A component of a function that is enclosed in parentheses.
Constant A number or text value that is entered directly into a formula.
External reference A cell or range on a worksheet in another Excel workbook, or a defined name in another workbook.
Formula An equation that performs calculations on values in worksheet.
Function A predefined formula that performs a calculation.
Mathematical operator An element that specifies a calculation to be performed.
Mixed referfence A reference in which one component is absolute and one is relative.
Name A meaningful and logical identifier that a user can apply to make it easier to understand the purpose of a cell reference, constant, formula, or table.
Operand An element that identifies the value to be used in a calculation.
Reference A component of a formula that identifies a cell or range of cells on a worksheet.
Relative cell reference A reference that changes "relative" to the location where it is copied or moved.
Scope The location within which Excel recognizes an item without qualification.
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