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active cell the cell in your worksheet that has been selected. It will have bolder grid lines around it.
formula A formula is an expression entered in a cell that performs numeric calculation, logical comparison, or text string manipulation.
auto fill a feature that allows you to quickly apply the contents of one cell to another cell or range of cells selected.
formula bar A command line above the worksheet where text, numbers, and formulas are entered into a worksheet.
auto sum a function that automatically identifies and adds ranges of cell in your worksheet
function a drop down menu item and a button on the standard toolbar that allows you to select a formula that you wish to apply to the data in your worksheet.
cell A cell is the intersection of a column and a row on a worksheet. You enter data into cells to create a worksheet.
graph visual representation of data within a worksheet.
cell address/ reference the name of the cell is determined by the name of the row and the column intersecting, such as A8.
headings The identifying letters and numbers for columns and rows. Columns are identified with letters, rows with numbers.
cell grid The lines on your worksheet that separate the columns and rows.
label Text entered to identify the type of data contained in a row or column.
column a vertical group of cells in a worksheet identified by letters
range A group of selected cells.
drag when you move the mouse while holding down the mouse button (usually the left) to select a range of cells.
row a horizontal group of cells in a worksheet identified by numbers
file a document that is stored on a computer. In Google a file is also known as a workbook.
sheet tabs Tabs that appear at the bottom of the workbook window, which display the name of each worksheet.
fill down a feature that allows you to copy information in an active cell to another cell or range of cells selected vertically
workbook An Excel file with one or more worksheets.
fill handle the small black square located in the lower-right corner of the heavy border around the active cell
worksheet The work area for entering and calculating data made up of columns and rows separated by gridlines (light gray lines). Also called a spreadsheet.
fill right A feature that allows you to copy information in an active cell to another cell or range of cells you have selected horizontally.
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