I am not aware of a name menu in Excel. However, Excel has a name box that displays the name or cell reference of the active cell.
It is the second letter in the name of the software application Microsoft Excel. It does not stand for anything specific.
In Microsoft Excel, the Name Box is the box to the left of the formula bar that displays the cell that is currently selected in the spreadsheet. If a name is defined for a cell that is selected, the Name Box will display the name of the cell. You can use the Name Box to define a name for a selected cell as well. In the picture to the right, is an example of the Name box in Microsoft Excel. Hope it is Right
Microsoft Excel is part of Microsoft Office. If that's what you mean.
You can use the name box to type in a cell reference to bring you to that cell.
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet.
The default file name for all versions of Microsoft Excel is called "book1"
It is shown in the Name Box, which is at the start of the Formula Bar.
Only Microsoft knows. <- this is completel wrong excel is called excel for a very good reason it stands for a very complicated series of words so micrasoft decided to name it that +++ It's just the trade-mark, but is it a play on "excellent" or "excelling at" and (work-sheet) "cell"?
It should be short and meaningful. It should not be the name of a cell or function in Excel. It should be easy to remember. It should be unique.
Microsoft Excel doesn't have an invention date per-say. It was sold to them by another company under a different name Microsoft released it under a different name and with major improvement in 1987.
For workbooks in Excel 2003, the extension .xls is used.
The file extension of MS Excel is .xmls
.xls for versions up to Excel 2003 and .xlsx from Excel 2007 onwards.
The formula bar is where formulas are typed and where you can see what is in a cell. The name box shows a cell reference, or names of cells or ranges.
Yes, Excel does have the facility to create and use range names.
The File name will usually appear at the top of the excel file. It should look something like this: file name - Microsoft Excel...