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1. Spread Sheet: A grid of rows and columns in which you enter text, numbers, and the results of calculations.
2. Work sheet: Sheets in an Excel workbook
3. Work book: A group of adjacent worksheets.
4. Work book window: An Excel file that contains one or more worksheets. Each of the workbook worksheets are in separate tabs on the bottom of the Excel window.
5. Cell: The intersection of a column and row in a table or in a spreadsheet.
6. Sheet tab: The name of each worksheet at the bottom of the worksheet window. Three is the default number of worksheets and you can have as many as 255.
7. Active worksheet: The worksheet that is displayed in the work area.
8. Workspace: A file that memorizes the current layout of all open windows.
9. Columns: Appears vertically in the worksheet; identified by letters at the top of the worksheet window.
10. Rows: Appears horizontally in the worksheet; identified by numbers on the left side of the worksheet window.
11. Headings: Text that is printed at the top of each page.
12. Cell reference: A unique identifier for a cell, which is formed by combining the cell's column letter and row number.
13. Name box: The cell reference area located below the Ribbon, which displays the cell reference of the active cell.
14. Formula bar: The box to the right of the Name Box that displays a formula when the cell of a worksheet contains a calculated value.
15. Formula: An equation that calculates a new value from values currently in a worksheet.
16. Relative reference: A cell reference that adjusts to its new location when copied or moved.
17. Absolute reference: A cell reference that doesn't change a copy when its moved.
18. Mixed reference: A cell reference that contains both relative and absolute references.
19. Active cell: The cell in the worksheet in which you can type data.
20. Enter data: When you enter text or numbers in Microsoft excel work sheets.
21. Range: A group of selected cells
22. Gridlines: Solid lines that mark off the rows and columns in a worksheet.
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