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Unit A Excel Vocab

Worksheet A single sheet within a workbook file; also the entire area within an electronic spreadsheet that contains a grid of columns and rows
Workbook Collection of related worksheets contained within a single file
Templates A formatted document or sample file that contains placeholder text you can replace with your own text
Name Box Box to the left of the formula bar that shows the cell reference or name of the active cell
Formula Bar The area above the worksheet grid where you enter or edit data in the active cell
Cell The intersection of a column and row in a worksheet, datasheet, or table
Cell Address The location of a cell, expressed by cell coordinates; for example, the cell address of the cell in column A, row 1 is A1
Cell Pointer The dark rectangle that outlines the active cell
Active Cell A selected cell in an Excel worksheet
Sheet Tabs Identify the sheets in a workbook and let you switch between sheets; located below the worksheet grid
Status Bar located at the bottom of the Excel window, provides a brief description of the active command or task in progress
Mode Indicator An area on the left end of the status bar that indicates the program's status
Range A selection of two or more cells, such as B5:B14
Formula A set of instructions used to perform one or more numeric calculations, such as adding, multiplying, or averging, on values
Labels Entries that contain text and numerical information not used in calculations, such as ''2011 Sales'' or ''Travel Expenses''
Values Numbers, formulas, and functions that can be used in calculations
Function Built-in formula; it includes the arguments as well as cell references and other unique information
Argument The information necessary to calculate an answer
Formula Prefix Formulas in an Excel worksheet with the equal sign
Calculation Operators Indicate what type of calculation you want to perform on the cells, ranges, or values
Comparison Operators Which compare values for the purpose of true/false results
Reference Operators Enables you to use ranges in calculations
Enter Button Check mark on formula bar
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