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Spreadsheet Terms

Formula Bar: The rectangular area, above the worksheet window, that displays a cell’s contents, including numbers, text, and formulas, when you click a cell. You can use the formula bar to enter and edit data in the active cell.

Worksheet: A single spreadsheet that contains rows and columns of data.

Workbook: A spreadsheet document that contains one or more worksheets.

Row: The horizontal units in a spreadsheet. (Left – Right)

Column: The vertical units in a spreadsheet. (Up – Down)

Cell: a cell is a box in which you can enter a single piece of data. The data is usually text, a numeric value, or a formula. The entire spreadsheet is composed of rows and columns of cells.

Range: one or more contiguous cells. For example, a range could be an entire row or column, or multiple rows or columns.
The cells in the range are all the same.

Arithmetic Calculations:

Logical Calculations:

Formula: an expression that defines how one cell relates to other cells. For Example: C5 + C3 = ?

Formatting: Process of altering the appearance of data in one or more worksheet cells.

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