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Excel Ch. 2

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Argument the values and other inputs that a function uses to calculate the result. You specify the cell or range that holds the value(s) for each argument or input a particular value.
AutoCalculate a feature that temporarily performs the following calculations on a range of cells without the user having to enter a formula: AVERAGE, COUNT, MIN, MAX, or SUM
Formula AutoComplete a feature that speeds up the manual entry of functions
Function a predefined formula that performs a specific calculation using the inputs you specify
Function name the name given to one of Excel’s predefined formulas
Nest to use a function as an argument within another function
Column specifier the structured reference to a table column, which consists of the table column header name in square brackets
Criterion a value, some text, or an expression that defines the type of content you want to see
Excel table data arranged in columns and specially formatted with column headers that contain commands that allow you to sort, filter, and perform other functions on the table
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