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WORD 2016 Lesson 6

Key terms

ascending an arrangement of text from the beginning to the end, such as from A to Z, 1 to 10 and January to December.
cells the rectangles that are formed when rows and columns intersect.
cell range a cell range is identified by two or more cells within a table.
descending an arrangement of text from the end to the beginning, such as from Z to A, 10 to 1,and December to January.
formulas a function that calculates totals, averages, determines the highest/lowest value and counts.
header row the first of the table that is formatted differently and should be repeated for tables that continue beyond one page.
merge cells to combine two or more cells into one.
quick tables built-in preformatted tables.
sort to arrange data alphabetically, numerically, or chronologically.
split cells to divide one cell into two or more cells.
table as arrangement of data made up of horizontal rows and vertical columns.
Created by: jadliz460