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Excel - Unit D Vocab

unit D vocabulary

TermDefinition
x-axis The horizontal axis in a chart ; because it often shows data categories, such as months or locations; also called category axis.
y-axis The vertical axis in a chart, because it often shows numerical values, also called value axis.
category axis the horizontal axis in a chart usually containing the names of data categories in a 2 dimensional chart also known as the x axis.
value axis in a chart the axis that contains numerical values in a 2 dimensional chart also known as the y axis
plot area in a chart the area inside the horizontal and vertical axis
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 individual piece of data plotted in a chart
data marker a graphical representation of a data point such as a bar or column.
data series A row or column of numbers that are plotted in a chart is called a data series. You can plot one or more data series in a chart. To create a column chart, execute the following steps.
legend In a chart or graph in spreadsheet programs such as Excel, the legend is most often located on the right hand side of the chart or graph and can sometimes be surrounded by a border.
sizing handles Alternatively referred to as a handle, drag handle, sizing grip, or resize corner, the sizing handle is a tool found in a Graphical User Interface (GUI) that allows users to resize an object.
chart sheet A chart sheet is a Microsoft Excel worksheet that is dedicated to one chart. When a user creates a chart in Excel,
embedded chart is a chart that is placed on a worksheet as opposed to on a separate chart sheet when using a spreadsheet software package.
object refers to the entities that make up an Excel workbook, such as Worksheets, Rows, Columns, Cell Ranges, and the Excel Workbook itself. ... For example, the 'Rows' collection is an object containing all the rows of a Worksheet.
Major grid lines Alternatively referred to as a column separator or row separator, Grid lines or grid lines are the light gray lines that divide each of the cells, rows, and columns in a spreadsheet
Minor grid lines in a chart the gridlines that represent the values between the tick marks on the value axis
text annotations labels added to a chart to draw attention to or describe a particular area
exploding exploding or pulling away from .
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