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excel

TermDefinition
used for storing, organizing and manipulating data. Spreadsheet
an Excel file that contains one or more worksheets. Workbook
an Excel worksheet is a single spreadsheet that contains cells organized by rows and columns. worksheet
a single unit on excel cell
tabs where you select for worksheet and changes their names name tab
worksheet that you are currently using active worksheet
the unit that you selected work space
units in the same lines going up-down columns
units in the same lines going left-right Rows
the name for the document Headings
coordination for the cell. Cell reference
boxes that contain the name for the worksheet Name Box
When you put in formula, it shows the list of formula Formula bar
start with an = and automatically do calculation on numbers and fractions Formula
the coordination on the formula with out a $ Relative reference
the coordination on the formula with one $ mixed reference
the coordination on the formula with 2 $ absolute reference
cell that were highlighted Active cell
the difference between two numbers range
lines that separate cells Grid lines
Is this a absolutes location ? ($A$2) True
is this a mixed location? (A$2) True
Is this the formula for adding? =Sum True
Is this the formula for dividing? =Quotation False
Is this the formula for multiplying? =Produce False
Bar graph is the best for comparing various data True
circle graph is the best for showing percentage True
Line graph is best for showing the changes over time True
In order to change a graph you must start over again False
The graph will change with the changes in data True
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