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A grid of rows and columns containing numbers, text, formulas, and calculations

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Microsoft Excel

Application program used to create spreadsheets

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Row

Horizontal cells up and down a spreadsheet- represented by numbers (1,2,3)

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Column

Vertical cells across a spreadsheet- represented by letters (A,B,C)

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Cell

Where a row and column intersect (A1,C3,D10)

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Active Cell

The cell your cursor is in

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Sheet

One page in a workbook

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Range

A section of the spreadsheet identified by beginning cell and ending cell (C1:G10)

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AutoFit

Adjusts the size of rows or columns to fit the data within those rows or columns

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Auto Fill

Click and drag the AutoFill button to automatically copy from one cell to several others

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Mathematical Operators (+-*/)

Used to create formulas and calculations

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Formula

Use cell addresses and mathematical operators to create a formula - starts with =

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Functions

A special formula Excel has craeted for you
SUM: Adds numbers in a range
AVERAGE: Averages numbers in a range
MAX: Finds the highest(max) number in a range
MIN: Finds the lowest(minimum) number in a range
COUNT: Counts the number of cells in a range that contain a number

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Cell references (addresses) change as the formula is copied (A4 or C)

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Cell references (addresses) do not change as he formaula is copied. Use the \$ in front of a cell, row, and/or column address to make it absolute (\$A\$4 or \$A4 or A\$A)

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Sort

Changing the order of information
Ascending- from A to Z, 0 to 1, or low to high
Descending- from Z to A, 9 to 1, or high to low

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Chart or Graph

A visual representation of data

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X-Axis

Usually the horizontal axis, usually left to right-shows the topics of the values

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Y-Axis

Usually the vertical axis, usually top to bottom- shows the range of values

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Legend

Key for interpreting the chart's colors, patterns, etc.