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Unit A Excel Vocab.

Unit A; Excel Vocabulary

Worksheet The electronic spreadsheet you work in is called worksheet.
workbook Worksheet is contained in a file called a workbook.
templates Create new worksheets quickly.
name box Displays the active cell address.
formula bar Allows you to enter or edit data in the worksheet.
cell The intersection of a column and a row is called a cell.
cell address Every cell has its own unique location or cell address, which is identified by the coordinates of the intersecting column and row.
cell pointer A dark rectangle that outlines the cell you are working in.
active cell The highlighted cell.
sheet tabs The worksheet grid let you switch from sheet to sheet in a workbook.
status bar Located at the bottom of the Excel window.
mode indicator In the lower-left corner of the status bar provides additional information about certain tasks.
range You select a range when to perform an action on the a group of cells at once.
formula An equation in a worksheet.
labels Entries that contain text and numerical information not used in calculations, such as "2011 Sales" or "Travel Expanses."
values Numbers, formulas, and functions that can be used in calculations.
function Is a built-in formula
arguments (The information necessary to calculate an answer) as well as cell references and other unique information.
formula prefix Followed by cell addresses, range names, values, and calculation operators.
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 Which enable you to us ranges in calculations.
enter button Check on the formula bar.
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