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Excel Vocab

TermDefinition
Spreadsheet a spreadsheet application is a computer program such as Excel
Workbook an Excel file that contains one or more worksheets
Worksheet a single spreadsheet that contains cells organized by rows and columns
Workbook Window opens up three worksheet files for you to work with
Cell the intersection point of a vertical column and a horizontal row
Sheet Tab the current worksheet that is being displayed
Active Worksheet the worrksheet you are working on
Workspace a group of workbooks
Columns columns run vertically in a worksheet
Rows rows run horizontally in a worksheet
Headings the grayish colored row containing the letters used to identify each column in the worksheet
Cell Reference identifies the location a cell or group of cells in the worksheet
Name Box displays the cell reference of the active cell
Formula Bar displays the data or formula stored in the active cell
Relative Reference when a function is copied and pasted to other cells, the cell references in the formula or function changed to reflect the function's new location
Absolute Reference when a function is copied and pasted to other cells, the cell references in the formula or function does not change when a formula or function is copied to other cells
Mixed Reference a combination of relative and absolute cell references
Active Cell the current cell or the cell that is in focus
Enter Data click on cell and input data
Range A range is a group or block of cells in a worksheet that have been selected or highlighted
Gridlines the lightly colored horizontal and vertical lines that appear around cells in a worksheet
$B$7:$A$9 is an absolute reference. T/F T
In order to change our data in our chart, we must delete everything and make a new chart with new data. T/F F
We can only view one sheet at a time in our spreadsheet. T/F F
There are only 4 types of charts to choose from in Excel. T/F F
We can change the chart type without deleting the original chart and making a new one. T/F T
We can round up all our numbers to certain decimal places without manually changing our numbers. T/F T
If our data fits in two pages, we can shrink the size of our data so that it only prints out in one page. T/F T
Excel can only do simple equations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. T/F F
We can change our cell size in order to fit all the data into one cell. T/F T
We can insert columns in between our data, but it will change the formulas that we put in because of the additional column. T/F F
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