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week 4 bus. & Tech

vocabulary the body of words known to an individual person
Spreadsheet a piece of paper or a computer program used for accounting and recording data using rows and columns into which information can be entered.
Formula allow you to quickly make calculations and get totals of multiple cells, rows, or columns in a spreadsheet.
function a preset formula in Excel and Google Spreadsheets that is intended to carry out specific calculations in the cell in which it is located
row runs horizontally
column runs vertically
cell A spreadsheet cell is analogous to a field in database management systems. Individual cells are usually identified by a column letter and a row number.
worksheet a single spreadsheet that contains cells organized by rows and columns. a collection of cells on a single “sheet” where you actually keep and manipulate the data
workbook the MS Excel file in which you enter and store related data. Each workbook can contain many worksheets
data information that is stored in any spreadsheet program. Data is stored in cells in a worksheet. Generally, each cell holds a single item of data.
analyze examine methodically and in detail the constitution or structure of (something, especially information), typically for purposes of explanation and interpretation.
store keep or accumulate (something) for future use.
organize arrange into a structured whole; order.
Created by: kira.knight



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