BCA Chapter 5
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BCA Chapter 5
The cell displayed with a bold border. Also called the selected cell.
Cells that are next to each other.
The bar separating the column letters at the top of the worksheet.
The intersection of a row and column.
The column letter and row number that identify a cell, such as B3.
Used to apply several formats in one step.
An error that occurs when a formula references the cell it is stored in.
A general-purpose graphic created by an artist using illustration software.
Vertical part of the worksheet grid identified by the letters A to Z and AA to XFD
Formatting that is applied to a cell when a specified conditions is met/
the file format for documents viewed using a browser
clicking a cell to place its reference in a formula.
Selection of tow or more cells.
A descriptive word used to search for clip art.
A blinking vertical line that indicates where the next character typed will be placed.
Order of Operations
The precedence Excel follows to evaluate a mathematical expression.
Relative cell reference
A cell reference that reflects the row or column it has been copied to.
Delete data from a worksheet and then place the data at a different location in the workbook or into another file.
Text stored in a cell that cannot be used in calculations.
Page Layout View
View that displays the worksheet as a printed page.
Displays the cell reference of the active cell. Located at the top of the worksheet.