Lesson 6 Excel Basics - selected, the upper-left cell in...

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LESSON 6 SPREADSHEET BASICS AutoFill – A feature used to continue text or numbers in a sequence or pattern such as 1,2,3 or 5,10,15 Cell – The intersection between a row and column Cell address – The column letter and row number of the cell Clipboard – A feature that stores items that you cut or copy from one file, to be placed in another location or file in the same program or in another application Conditional formatting – Formatting that changes depending on the value, such as the color of numbers that are positive or negative Formula bar – A box that displays the contents of the active cell and is used to edit a formula or cell contents Gridline – A nonprinting line that separates cells Insertion point – A blinking line that indicates where the text you type will appear Name box – A box that displays the name of the active cell or range (or when the range of cells are
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Unformatted text preview: selected, the upper-left cell in the range) Number format A format such as date, currency, or decimal, which specifies how numerical data will appear Range A selection of two or more adjacent or non-adjacent cells that can be named in order to reference them in a formula without selecting the cells Spreadsheet A program, such as MS Excel, that organizes data in rows and columns Table Styles A feature used to apply formatting including shading, borders, and fonts to an entire table at once Workbook An Excel file that contains three worksheets, by default Worksheet In Excel, a group of cells saved in a workbook Worksheet window In Excel, the main work area where you will enter, format, and edit info Wrap To increase row height automatically without changing the width so that data appears in multiple lines (Alt/Enter)...
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