Text in the first row of column of a worksheet that identifies the data.
A feature that automatically inserts dates and other regularly used items for you.
A designed and formatted document on which new documents are based.
A list of sequential numbers, dates, times, or text.
Tabs that identify the worksheets in a workbook. Labels located at the bottom of workbook window indicating the worksheets.
The dot at the bottom of each cell while it is active.
A formula that will add up a column of numbers.
Each individual box on the spreadsheet or and intersection of a column and a row in a table where you add data or graphics.
The procedure to select certain information in a spreadsheet, is called filter.
Gridlines are the horizontal and vertical lines on the spreadsheet.
One page of a spreadsheet. The workspace made up of columns and rows where you enter data to create an electronic spreadsheet
A ____________________ must always starts with “=” signs and what the calculations for each cell.
A number that can be entered into a cell.
This grid organizes data, electronically.
To highlight a set of cells.
The horizontal reference on the spreadsheet.
The vertical reference on the spreadsheet.
The cell you are currently working on. Contains the cell pointer- a dark outline around the cell.
The column number and the row letter of a cell. The location of a cell in a worksheet identified by its column letter and row number.
A visual representation of data or diagram.
Button clicked to fill a cell with color using the paint bucket.