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Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.

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