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vocab 7

Ascending Ascending order sorts text from beginning to end, such as from A to Z, 1 to 10, or January to December.
Cells cells, and tables. In this exercise, you practice using these techniques to resize rows and columns in a Word table
Cell range You can also use the math operators to perform addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication using cell range references
Descending Descending order sorts text from the end to the begin┬Čning, such as from Z to A, 10 to 1, or December to January
Formulas Word 2016 also provides options to use formulas to calculate a total, compute an average, determine the highest/lowest number, and count values.
Header row Column headings are usually placed in the header ro
Merge cells The ability to merge and split table cells provides flexibility in customizing tables. To merge cells means to combine two or more cells into one
Quick Tables Quick Tables are built-in preformatted tables, such as calendars and tabular lists, which you can insert and use in your documents.
Sort To sort data means to arrange it alphabetically, numerically, or chronologically. Sorting displays data in order so that users can locate it more quickly
Split cells To split cells means to divide one cell into two or more cells. You might split cells when you need to place more than one type of data in one cell.
table The ability to merge and split table cells provides flexibility in customizing tables
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