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Google Sheets!

Computers

QuestionAnswer
Active cell An active is the cell you are currently working in
Auto sum (Greek E) A formula that will add up a column of numbers
Cell Reference The column number and the row letter of a cell. Ex. D9
Cell Each individual box on the spread sheet where a column and row meet.
Chart Title The title given to the chart or graph being made
Column The vertical references identified by letters
Formula Calculation for a cell that always starts with "=" sign
Formula Bar Box identified by fx containing the active cell information
Graph A visual representation of data
Gridlines The horizontal and vertical lines on the spreadsheet
Labels Titles given to data placed in a spreadsheet
Row The horizontal references identified by numbers
Sheet tabs Tabs that identify the worksheets in a workbook
Spreadsheet A grid that organizes data
Value A number that can be entered into a cell as data and used in calculations.
Workbook The Excel file containing many worksheets
Worksheet One spreadsheet page in the Excel workbook
X-Axis Title Title given to the horizontal axis of the chart
Y-Axis Title Title given to the vertical axis of the chart
Column Most used to show data, trends, comoparisons, and changes over time in years, months, or quarters.
Bar A column chart that runs horizontal and works well with a larger number of values or information to show.
Line Line graphs works well for showing long periods of time or multiple groups of data. at once.
Pie Have only one column of data to show Proportions and raios of things occurring at specific times.
Scatter Normally used to display scientific data.
Doughnut Looks like a pie chart with a hole in the middle and allows to display a series of informaion.
Created by: mrspowell
 

 



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