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Excel Vocabulary

Spreadsheet present tables of values arranged in rows and columns that can be manipulated mathematically using both basic and complex arithmetic operations and functions.
Workbook is the Excel file that stores your information. Each workbook may contain numerous worksheets.
Worksheet a single spreadsheet that contains cells organized by rows and columns.
Workbook Window the window of a workbook.
Cell is the intersection of a row and a column. A cell can contain a label, a numeric value, or a formula.
Sheet Tab contains the names of the worksheets in a workbook at the bottom of the working screen.
Active Worksheet is the area on the Desktop that is currently being used and which usually contains a file or an application.
Workspace space where data can be inputted.
Columns are the vertical divisions of a worksheet that are identified by letters.
Rows are the horizontal divisions of a worksheet that are identified by numbers.
Headings are the gray boxes containing sequential numbers/letters along the left side/top side of the worksheet
Cell Reference identifies a particular cell; used in formulas to indicate where a value is stored.
Name Box is located on the formula bar, indicates the current address of the active cell or cell range
Formula Bar is located under the toolbars at the top of the working screen. It contains the edit line for working with formulas, and provides information regarding cell addresses
Formula is an expression entered in a cell that performs numeric calculation, logical comparison, or text string manipulation.
Relative Reference the address of a cell based on the relative position of the cell that contains the formula and the cell referred to.
Absolute Reference in a formula refers to a specific cell location or range; always points to the location of a specific cell, even if you copy it.
Mixed Reference are cell references that combine absolute and relative addressing, making either the row or the column absolute
Active Cell contains the insertion point and is identified by a dark border around the cell. Its address is shown in the formula bar. Any action you perform is performed on the active cell.
Enter Data inputting data into a cell
Range is a block of cells that can be selected, manipulated, named, or formatted as a group.
Gridlines are lines on a chart that can make critical data comparisons easier.
Data can be cut and pasted into another cell True
You can use Excel to make a graph of the data inputted True
The formula bar can be used to solve math problems easily True
Excel can be used to professionally edit pictures False
Excel can only be used to solve math problems False
A row or column can be added even after inputting data True
You would have to delete a graph if you forgot to select certain data False
Formulas can be applied to only one cell at a time False
Rows are the vertical divisions of a worksheet False
Rows are the horizontal divisions of a worksheet True
Created by: dmafnas