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Excel Terms

TermDefinition
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 : A spreadsheet program file that you create in Excel. A workbook contains worksheets of rows and columns in which you can enter and calculate data.
Worksheet The primary document that you use in Excel to store and work with data. Also called a spreadsheet. A worksheet consists of cells that are organized into columns and rows; a worksheet is always stored in a workbook.
Workbook window a spreadsheet file. By default, each workbook in Excel contains 3 pages or worksheets.
Sheet tab appears at the bottom of the worksheet. It has the name of the worksheet on it.
Active worksheet The sheet that you're working on in a workbook. The name on the tab of the active sheet is bold.
Workspace space in which to work.
Columns Go up and down the spreadsheet like columns in a building. These are labeled with letters.
Rows Go across the spreadsheet like rows in a theater.
Headings is the colored row of letters used to identify each column within the sheet, or workbook. The column header row is located above the row one. See also column.
Cell reference refers to a cell or a range of cells on a worksheet and can be used in a formula so that Microsoft Office Excel can find the values or data that you want that formula to calculate.
Name Box on the formula bar. this is best used for creating a workbook level name for a selected range. Create a name from selection. You can conveniently create names from existing row and column labels by using a selection of cells in the worksheet.
Formula bar A toolbar at the top of the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet window that you can use to enter or copy an existing formula in to cells or charts.
Formula is any equation entered into a cell on a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
Relative References references are in the format A1 and if copied to a different cell the cell reference changes relative to the new location. For example, if the formula specifies A1 and is copied to a new location two rows down the new formula would specify A3.
Absolute References Absolute means that the reference in a formula will always look for the value in a specific cell, even if you copy the cell to a different location. The format for an absolute reference is $A$1 (referring to cell A1).
Mixed Reference A mixed cell reference is either an absolute column and relative row or absolute row and relative column. When you add the $ before the column letter you create an absolute column or before the row number you create an absolute row.
Active cell The selected cell in which data is entered when you begin typing. Only one cell is active at a time. The active cell is bounded by a heavy border
Enter Data Process data in a cell in a worksheet
Range 2 or more cells on a sheet.
. Gridlines : Lines you can add to a chart that make it easier to view and evaluate data. Grid lines extend from the tick marks on an axis across the plot area.
True or False Range has 1 cell on a spreadsheet False
True or False Sheet tab appears at the top of the spreadsheet False
True or False Formula is ANY equation entered into a cell in excel. True
True or False An example of Absolute Reference is $B$4 True
True or False A worksheet is the same as a speadsheet True
True or False There can only be 2 or more active cells at a time False
True or False A workbook file is found at the bottom of the spread sheet. True
True or False The active worksheet is a worksheet that you're not working on currently. False
True or False Relative Reference doesn't change as the cell changes False
True or False An example of a mixed reference is A$4 True
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