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CGS 2531 Test 3 - Study Guide Note: You are responsible for all that has been done in class and covered in the Microsoft Excel book. This study guide is the best estimation of the topics that are important for you to know for the test. IT IS NOT NECESSARILY COMPLETE. Be sure to study your own notes, and the material that is available to you for the test. Exam: The exam will have about 33-36 questions. Answer to #1 = form code; BRING ID, READ INSTRUCTIONS Basics: · cell, cell address, cell content vs. cell display, total columns(256), total rows(65,536), total cells(16,777,216), maximum worksheets allowed in a workbook(255) · moving around · ctrl-home - to cell A1; ctrl-end - to last active cell; home - to column A on that row · arrow keys - one cell in that direction; ctrl - pgup - previous sheet; ctrl - pgdown - next sheet · entering data - enter ¿ (moves active cell down one), tab ® (moves active cell to the right by one), green check Ö in formula bar (does not move to a new cell - it leaves the active cell where it is) · formula bar - cancel, enter, and function wizard buttons, name box
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