CA - Excel Unit 5

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CA - Excel Unit 5
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2010-05-23 18:41:41
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Excel Unit 5
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  1. a computerized equivalent of a ledger, containing rows and columns of data.
    Spreadsheet:
  2. a computerized application designed to build and manipulatespreadsheets.
    Spreadsheet program:
  3. a spreadsheet element that may contain formulas, functions, values, text,and graphics.
    Worksheet:
  4. a file containing related worksheets.
    Workbook:
  5. the cell you are working in, the cell where information or data will be input.
    Active cell:
  6. used to enter or edit cell contents.
    Formula bar:
  7. indicates the location or name for the active cell
    Name box:
  8. tell the user what sheets of a workbook are available.
    Sheet tabs:
  9. clicked to select all elements of the worksheet.
    Select all button:
  10. the intersection of a column and row.
    Cell:
  11. designated by a column letter and a row number.
    Cell reference:
  12. includes, letters, numbers, symbols and spaces.
    Text:
  13. a number that represent a quantity, an amount, a date or time.
    Value:
  14. a combination of numbers, cell references, operators, and / or functions.
    Formula:
  15. controls the sequence in which arithmetic operations are performed, which affects the result.
    Order of precedence:
  16. is a rectangular group of cells
    Range:
  17. enables you to copy the content of a cell or a range of cells by dragging the fill handle over an adjacent cell or range of cells.
    Autofill:
  18. small Black Square appearing in the bottom right corner of a cell.
    Fill handle:
  19. option centers an entry across a range of selected cells.
    Merge and center cells:
  20. automatically adjusts the height and width of cells.
    Autofit:
  21. adds documentation to a cell.
    Comment:

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