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F19 Acct 1.03 Vocab

Vocabulary for Accounting 1.03

Workbook A file containing one or more spreadsheets.
Spreadsheet (Worksheet) Arrangement of cells in columns and rows used to organize, analyze, calculate and report information—usually numeric data.
Cell Individual locations on a spreadsheet at the intersection of a column and row.
Cell address The Column letter and the row number identifying where a cell is located. Ex./ B16
Cell range Refers to a group of cells, starting with the uppermost left hand corner and ending with the lower most right hand corner. A colon : is inserted between the cell addresses. Ex./ A4:A16 or B3:E11
Label Classification is used for cells that contain text or for numbers that will not be used in calculations
Value A classification indicates that the data has the potential to be used in calculations
Formula Instructions to the program to perform a calculation; begin with equal (=) sign.
Function A shortcut for a formula. Ex./ SUM, AVERAGE
Relative Cell value changes as the formula/function is copied.
Absolute Cell value remains static when copied to other locations.
Mixed A combination of an absolute and a relative cell reference in a formula.
Fill Series Used to fill in a column or row with consecutive data.
Created by: denise.stevens5