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A cell's address is unique to it.

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Each cell in Excel has a unique cell name. E.g., the cell in the top left corner of the spreadsheet is called A1.


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.


There are 1,048,576 rows in each Excel 2007 worksheet.


Microsoft Excel is all about data and spreadsheets. Each cell in a spreadsheet has a unique cell address consisting of its column letter and row number. Each cell must have its own unique address so that you can refer to it when you create a formula.


In MS Excel, each page is called a worksheet.


Each cell in Excel has a unique address, like A1 or C345 or D48 or whatever. The letter refers to the column the cell is in and the row is referred to by the number.


When you open Excel, you will see the worksheet in the middle of the screen. You can switch to different worksheets in the workbook by clicking on the desired worksheet tab at the bottom of the screen.


The term to identify a page in an MS Excel spreadsheet (workbook) is worksheet. The specific name of each worksheet is located on the tab below the worksheet. The default names for the three worksheets loaded when the default install of Excel is opened are: Sheet1, Sheet2, and Sheet3.worksheet


A worksheet.Simply a page or a sheet.It is called a worksheet.A worksheet.The term to identify a page in an MS Excel spreadsheet (workbook) is worksheet. The specific name of each worksheet is located on the tab below the worksheet. The default names for the three worksheets loaded when the default install of Excel is opened are: Sheet1, Sheet2, and Sheet3.


There are 16,384 columns in each worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2007.


Its address.For example, there is only one cell in a worksheet called A3. If you have multiple worksheets, you would have the same number of cells called A3 within that worksheet, but within the entire workbook, you still would have only one cell called Sheet1!A3.



Excel has 16,777,216 cells per worksheet (65,536 rows * 256 columns). Each cell can hold 32,767 characters. Each workbook can contain unlimited worksheets (limited by system memory). Excel 2007 has 17,179,869,184 cells per worksheet (1,048,576 rows * 16,384 columns).


An Excel spreadsheet is called a workbook. Each individual page is called a worksheet.


In Excel 2007 the number of rows per worksheet is 1,048,576 and the number of columns is 16,384 which is column XFD. That makes 17,179,869,184 cells.


The Main Screen PartsCommon Parts of the Excel ScreenParts of the Microsoft Excel 2003 ScreenRelated Article: Parts of the Excel 2007 ScreenActive CellIn a worksheet, the cell with the black outline. Data is always entered into the active cell.Column LetterColumns run vertically on a worksheet and each one is identified by a letter in the column header.Formula BarLocated above the worksheet, this area displays the contents of the active cell. It can also be used for entering or editing data and formulas.Name BoxLocated next to the formula bar, the Name Box displays the cell reference or the name of the active cell.Row NumberRows run horizontally in an Excel worksheet and are identified by a number in the row header.Sheet TabSwitching between worksheets in a Microsft Excel file is done by clicking on the sheet tab at the bottom of the screen.Parts of the Microsoft Excel 2003 ScreenRelated Article: Parts of the Excel 2007 ScreenActive CellIn a worksheet, the cell with the black outline. Data is always entered into the active cell.Column LetterColumns run vertically on a worksheet and each one is identified by a letter in the column header.Formula BarLocated above the worksheet, this area displays the contents of the active cell. It can also be used for entering or editing data and formulas.Name BoxLocated next to the formula bar, the Name Box displays the cell reference or the name of the active cell.Row NumberRows run horizontally in an Excel worksheet and are identified by a number in the row header.Sheet TabSwitching between worksheets in a Microsft Excel file is done by clicking on the sheet tab at the bottom of the screen.Starting at the top and working down:Title BarMenu BarToolbar(s)Formula barColumn headers (Row headers at the left)WorksheetSheet tabs and horizontal scroll barStatus bar.At the right is the vertical scroll bar.The Main Screen PartsCommon Parts of the Excel ScreenYou can find a detailed tutorial about this at Excel Edvantage website.


This is a false statement. Each box on a worksheet grid is called a cell.


Worksheets have lots of formulas and they use values in cells. So if you change a value in a cell, any formula that uses that cell directly or indirectly can be affected by the change. How many other parts of the worksheet it will affect will depend on the particular worksheet, as each will have different formulas. Changing a value in a cell could affect one cell or many cells.


In any spreadsheet program such as Excel, each rectangular box in a rowworksheet is referred to as a cell.


On the sheet tab located at the bottom left of the screen.


A computer spreadsheet worksheet is a two dimensional array. Each cell has a unique row and column number (and where there is more than one sheet in the workbook a unique sheet identifier. This enables the contents of a cell to be found and read from/written to specifically and therfore allows cells to be used in complex formulas.


When you print a worksheet or use the Page Setup dialog box, Excel inserts_____ breaks that show the boundaries of what will print on each page


Yes in a workbook each worksheet must have unique name, you cant have two worksheets with the same name.


The squares are referred to as "cells" and there are a total of 17,179,869,184 cells per worksheet. Each excel workbook can have an unlimited number of worksheets.


In Excel, as well as most other spreadsheet applications, a row is a grouping of cells that run from the left to right of a page and a column is a grouping of cells that run from the top to the bottom of a page. Rows run horizontally in an Excel worksheet. They are identified by a number in the row header. There are 65,536 rows in each Excel worksheet. The intersection point between a row and a column is a cell, which is the basic storage unit for data in a spreadsheet.



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