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Unit A Excel


worksheet the electronic spreadsheet you work on
workbook contain worksheet and has a file extension xlsx.
templates formatted files
namebox displays the active cell adders
formula bar allows you to enter or edit data in the worksheet
cell the intersection of a column and a row
cell address unique location of a cell
cell pointer dark rectangle that outlines the cell your working in
active cell cell your working in
sheet tabs below the worksheet grid let you switch from sheet to sheet
status bar located at the bottom of the Excel window
mode indicator lower-left corner of the status bar provides additional information about certain tasks
range select a range when you want to perform an actin on a group of cell at once
formula is an equation in a worksheet
labels entries that contain text and numerical information
values numbers, formulas, functions that can be used i calculations
function built-in formula
arguments the information necessary to calculate an answer
formula prefix formulas in an Excel worksheet start with the equal sign (=)
calculation operators indicate what type of calculation you want to perform on the cells, ranges, or values
comparison operators compare values for the purpose of true/false results
reference operators enable you to use ranges in calculations
enter button check mark in the formula bar
Created by: dmartinez07



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