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The cell in which you are currently working.
An icon that is displayed below and to the right of a range that lets you easily create charts and other elements.
Quick Access Toolbar
Quick Analysis Tool
A computer program used to perform calculations and analyze and present numerical data.
Numbers, formulas, and functions used in calculations.
An Excel feature that automatically fills in column or row data based on calculations you enter.
Fill and crop
Symbols in a formula that indicate what type of calculation to perform on the cells, ranges, or values.
Box to the left of the formula bar that shows the cell reference or name of the active cell.
A set of instructions used to perform one or more numeric calculations, such as adding, multiplying, or averaging, on values or cells.
Descriptive text or other information that identifies data in rows, columns, or charts, but is not included in calculations.
The intersection of a column and row in a worksheet or table.
In a formula, symbols that compare values for the purpse of true/false results.
Bars at the bottom of the Excel window that provides a brief description about the active tasks in progress.
The area above the worksheet grid where you enter/edit data - active cell.
The location of a cell, expressed; cell coordinates. (A1)
A blinking vertical line that appears when you click in a text box, shows where text will be inserted