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Excel Vocabulary

Excel Unit D Vocabulary

y-axis Vertical axis
x-axis Horizontal axis
Category Axis Also known as horizontal axis because it often contains the names of data groups, such as locations, months, or years.
Value Axis Also known as vertical axis because it often contains numerical values that help you interpret the size of chart elements.
Plot Area The area inside the horizontal and vertical axes.
Tick Marks Notations of a scale of measure on a chart axis.
Gridlines Evenly spaced horizontal and/or vertical lines used in a worksheet or chart to make it easier to read.
Data Point Each value in a cell you select for your chart.
Data Marker Visually represents each data point.
Data Series A collection of related data points.
Legend A key.
Sizing Handles The small circles and squares that appear around a selected object, such as graphic, chart, or control. Dragging a sizing handle resizes the object.
Chart Sheet A sheet in a workbook that contains only a chart that is linked in the workbook data.
Embedded Chart Inserted directly in the current worksheet and doesn't exist in a separate file.
Object A chart or an independent element on a worksheet, and is not located in a specific cell or range.
Major Gridlines Represents the values at the value axis tick marks.
Minor Gridlines Represents the values between the tick marks.
Text Annotations Labels that further describe your data.
Exploding You do this when you are ready to print a chart/ pulling that slice away from, the pie chart.
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