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Graves Spreadsheet V

Graves Spreadsheet Vocabulary

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An application or program, particularly useful for calculation and relating numeric data. Spreadsheet
Used to reference the cells in a spreadsheet. Address
Usually made up of column letters along the top and row numbers down the side. Address
Information coded into a suitable form for computer input, processing, and output. Data
Anything that is a number. Numeric
Text in a cell. Cannot be calculated, just sorted. Label
A calculation entered by the user for the data in the spreadsheet. e.g. =(A6+A7)-A5 Formula
Make it easier to put sophisticated calculations into the worksheet and make the long, laborious calculations quick and accurate. Function
A numerical result of a formula or function. Value
A place where you can enter data in a spreadsheet. Cell
The intersection of a row and column. Cell
Two cell references usually separated by a colon. (A23:C42) Cell Range
Deleting the contents of a cell, NOT the cell itself. Blank
Horizontal cells on a spreadsheet (in one line). Row
Vertical cells on a spreadsheet (in one line). Column
To define the visual appearance of the value of a cell, block, row, column, or the entire spreadsheet. Format
To place the information in the order you want it to be. Sort
A diagrammatic representation of data. Graph
A form of graph which represents numeric values as segments of a circle. Pie Chart
A form of graph in which numeric values are represented by horizontal or vertical rectangles. Bar Chart
An axis-type graph in which data points are joined by a line. Line Graph
A horizontal or vertical line drawn on a graph to define points of reference. Axis
The horizontal axis of an axes-type graph. X-Axis
The vertical axis of an axes-type graph. Y-Axis
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