- Print the notecards
- Fold each page in half along the solid vertical line
- Cut out the notecards by cutting along each horizontal dotted line
- Optional: Glue, tape or staple the ends of each notecard together

front 1 Worksheet | back 1 Electronic grid in which you can perform numeric calculations. |

front 2 Workbook | back 2 Excel file that contains one or more worksheets. |

front 3 Spreadsheets | back 3 References to both worksheets and workbooks. |

front 4 Cell | back 4 The intersection of a row and a column in an Excel worksheet of a Word table. |

front 5 Active Cell | back 5 In an Excel worksheet, the current location of the cell pointer. |

front 6 Cell Pointer | back 6 Blue border surrounding the active cell. |

front 7 Cell Address | back 7 Specific location of a cell in a worksheet where a column and a row intersect. |

front 8 Name Box | back 8 Shows address of selected cell. |

front 9 Formula Bar | back 9 Shows content of selected cell, and is located right above the column headings. |

front 10 Cell Range | back 10 Group of cells that share boundaries. |

front 11 Label | back 11 Text that describes data in a worksheet. |

front 12 Values | back 12 Numeric data that can be used in calculations. |

front 13 Column Headings | back 13 In Excel, the boxes containing letters that appear in every column. |

front 14 Row Headings | back 14 In Excel, the boxes containing numbers that appear to the left of each row. |

front 15 AutoFit | back 15 A feature that automatically adjusts the width of a column or the height of a row to accommodate its widest or tallest entry. |

front 16 Formula | back 16 An equation that calculates a new value from existing values. Formulas can contain numbers, mathematical operators, cell references, and built-in equations called functions. |

front 17 Cell Reference | back 17 The address of a cell in an Excel worksheet that defines its location in the worksheet by column letter and row number (for example, A1), and that can be used in formulas and functions. |

front 18 Order of Operations (Order of Precedence for Arithmetic Operations) | back 18 The order in which Excel calculates a formula; the order of precedence is exponents, multiplication and division, addition and subtraction. Calculations in parentheses are evaluated first. |

front 19 Relative Cell Referencing | back 19 In Excel, a cell reference that changes when copied to refer to cells relative to the new location. For example, the formula "=B5*C5" in cell D5 changes to "=B6*C6" when you copy the formula to cell D6. |

front 20 Functions | back 20 Prewritten formulas you can use instead of typing a formula from scratch. Each function includes the function name, a set of parentheses, and function arguments separated by commas and enclosed in parentheses. |

front 21 SUM | back 21 In Excel, the function used to calculate the total of the arguments. |

front 22 Argument | back 22 A value, cell reference, or text used in an Excel function. Commas or a colon separate arguments and parentheses enclose them; for example, AVERAGE(A1,10,5) or SUM(A1:A5). |

front 23 Portrait Orientation | back 23 A print setting that positions the document on the page so the page is taller than it is wide. |

front 24 Landscape Orientation | back 24 A layout orientation for a document that specifies to print the page so it is wider than it is tall. |