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Excel 2010

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3.The numbered gray area to the left of each row.
6.A number entered in the worksheet.
7.The selected cell in which data is entered when you begin typing.
10.The gray rectangle in the upper-left corner of a datasheet where the row and column headings meet.
11.They run horizontally across your worksheet and are numbered.
13.The command used to reverse one or a series of editing actions.
15.A horizontal bar that appears at the bottom of the Excel 2010 window and keeps you informed of Excel's current mode.
17.To display only the rows in a list that satisfy the conditions you specify.
19.The lettered or numbered gray area at the top of each column.
20.To apply attributes to cell data to change the appearance of the worksheet.
23.A decorative line that can be applied to worksheet cells or objects, such as charts, pictures, or text boxes.
24.A way to arrange data based on value or data type.
26.A sequence of values, cell references, names, functions, or operators in a cell that together produce a new value. Always begins with an equal sign (=).
28.Text in the first row or colun of a worksheet that identifies the type of data contained there.
31.A single cell that is created by combining two or more selected cells.
35.The primary document that you use in Excel to store and work with data. Also called a spreadsheet.
37.A sign or symbol that specifies the type of calculation to perform within an expression.
38.A text note attached to a worksheet cell.
39.A graphic design applied to all numerals, symbols, and alphabetic characters. Also called type or typeface.
40.The command used to place data from the Clipboard to a location on the worksheet.
41.A pre-designed worksheet that can be used as a basis for creating new worksheets.
42.Repeated information that appers in the top margin of a page.
1.A graphic that allows you to compare and contrast data in a visual format.
2.The small black square in the lower-right corner of the selection.
4.They run vertically down your worksheet and are paired with a letter: A to Z, followed by AA through AZ, then BA to BZ and so on.
5.The intersection of a column and row in the worksheet.
8.The cell identifier, determined by its column letter(s) followed by the row number.
9.A bar at the top of the Excel window that you use to enter or edit values or formulas in cells or charts.
12.To highlight a cell or range of cells on a worksheet.
14.Divider that breaks a worksheet into separate pages for printing.
16.The selection of two or more cells on a sheet.
17.Repeated information that appears in the bottom margin of a page
18.The sheet that you're working on in a workbook.
21.A set of intersecting lines used to align objects.
22.Light gray lines that mark the cell borders
25.The command used to remove data from a cell or range of cells and place it onn the clipboard.
26.A prewritten formula that takes a value or values, performs an operation, and returns a value or values.
27.The command used to re-apply an action you have undone.
29.The standard settings excel uses in its software, such as column width or number of sheets in a workbook.
30.Readymade drawings, illustrations, and photos
32.A feature of windows that holds Data or graphics that you have cut or copied and are ready to be pasted into any document.
33.The parts of a formula that are variable.
34.To adjust horizontal spacing so that text is aligned evenly along both the left and right margins.
36.A a colloection of worksheets that you create in Excel. A workbook contains worksheets of rows and columns in which you can enter and calculate data.

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