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Excel Vocabulary

Tristen Case

Excel Vocabulary Review

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1.The file used to store worksheets in Excel.
2.When the row height adjust automatically to include additional lines until all the text is visable in a cell.
5.Tab at the bottom of the worksheet window that displays the name of the worksheet.
6.THe cell in the upper left corner of a range and the cell in the lower right corner of a range seperated by a colon.
10.Appears horizontally and is identafied by numbers on the left side of the worksheet window
11.Appears vertically and is identafied by letters at the top of the woorksheet window.
12.The equation used
14.Appears in the lower-right corner of the active cell or range. it is used to copy cell content to adjasent cells.
15.Identafies the cell, and is formed by combining the cell column letter and row number.
17.A groupe of selected cells.
1.The computerized spreadsheet in Excel that make up a workbook.
3.Comines multiple cells into one cell.
4.Helpful when preparing a spreadsheet for printing. This view allows you to enter and edit gheaders and footers.
7.A worksheet made up of rows and columns that allow you to compleate complex and repetitious calculation quickley and accurately.
8.Determines the best width for a column or best hight for a row, based on its contents.
9.Used when entering anf formatting data.
13.Copies a cell's content and/or formatting into an adjacent cell or range.
16.Intersection of a row and column.

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