1. 1. Preference, defines the location of each cell in a worksheet. It consists of a column letter followed by row number.
  2. 6. the spreadsheet located at the top of the window. It presents the name of the active document.
  3. 11. group of organized commands in three sections.
  4. 12. Data is raw, unprocessed information, which needs to be stored in a systematic and organized manner.
  5. 16. special toolbar at the top of the Excel worksheet window.
  6. 18. labels or bars that allow modifying the sheet are displayed.
  7. 19. entered in the active cell.
  8. 21. a graphical representation of a set of data. It provides visual meaning to assetof numbers.
  9. 22. section on the Office Ribbon that gives you access to file function.
  10. 24. this bar located at the bottom of the window which shows very
  11. 27. rectangular highlight that indicates the active cell in a spreadsheet program
  12. 28. shows page break preview before printing.
  13. 32. Pointer, is a box movable to any part of the worksheet. The cell where the pointer is positioned is considered the active cell.
  14. 34. displays and analyzes text and numbers in rows and columns.
  15. 35. they organize related commands; the name of each group appears below
  16. 36. is a vertical series of boxes. A letter on top identifies each column.
  17. 37. even though you have already entered data in yourworksheet, you can rearrange them without having to type
  18. 38. it is a group of three buttons arranged at the left of the Zoom
  19. 39. they appear within each group as mentioned above.
  20. 42. are a series of elements that are part of each menu bar.
  21. 43. first several columns usually contain information about the record.
  22. 45. they are the top section of the Ribbon and contain groups of related
  1. 1. manipulates a list of information and displays graphical representation.
  2. 2. rectangular window that appears docked on the right side of your Excel window
  3. 3. MS Excel supports almost all the programming language applications used in creating macros.
  4. 4. it is the working area where you enter your data.
  5. 5. bar that allows you to observe, insert or edit the
  6. 7. letters in small images next to the tabs and options as shown in the image below.
  7. 8. close the right-bottom of the screen.
  8. 9. package plays a very important role in graphing as it can produce a variety of different charts.
  9. 10. located at the lower-right area of the window. It allows you to a particular area of the spreadsheet.
  10. 13. information.
  11. 14. view of the document.
  12. 15. view, this displays the Excel page in normal view.
  13. 17. Layout view, this displays the exact view of Excel’s page as they will be printed.
  14. 20. Cell, is the cell where you can currently enter information.
  15. 23. allows user to create a pool of data that can be further manipulated.
  16. 25. a combination of a column letter and a row number that identifies a cell on a worksheet
  17. 26. a very small down arrow located in the lower-right
  18. 29. Ribbon.
  19. 30. input box directly to the left of the formula bar
  20. 31. feature that helps you automatically enter data
  21. 33. is a single box in a worksheet. This is the intersection of column and a row. It is the basic unit of a worksheet.
  22. 40. those are the tools that allow you to mobilize both the vertical and
  23. 41. of a command group on the Ribbon
  24. 44. is a horizontal series of boxes. A number on the left identifies each row.