Excel2007 Introduction-1

Excel2007 Introduction-1 - Worksheets can have up to...

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An Excel  spreadsheet  The Office2007  ‘Ribbon’  interface  Quick Access  Toolbar Office  Button Tabs on the  Ribbon Groups on a  Tab
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This is one  Worksheet There can be many worksheets in a  Workbook Active  Worksheet Worksheets are made up of  Columns Columns use a  Letter as their label Worksheets can have  up to 16,384  columns Worksheets are also made up of  Rows Rows use  a Number as their label
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Unformatted text preview: Worksheets can have up to 1,048,384 Rows The Intersection of a Column and a Row is called a Cell Every Cell has a Cell Address The address of this cell is A1 The address is shown as the Column Letter and the Row Number You can put text, numbers, formulas and functions into 16,384 Columns * 1,048,576 Rows = 17,179,869,184 Cells...
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