What type of car does Richard drive in Somewhere in Time?
Richard's car in the film "Somewhere in Time" is a Fiat 124 Spyder. (not sure of the year but most likely mid to late 1970s)
In a UNIX type environment you need to "mount" a drive to logically attach it to the operating system. Before you use the "mount" command, the drive is just a hunk of hardware hanging out there somewhere and the operating system doesn't know how to use it. After you "mount" the drive it is available for read/write, just as you would expect with any computer drive.
Every spreadsheet is different. So what you do will depend on what the spreadsheet is required to do. You will type your text and numbers into cells and then add in other elements, such as formulas or charts. You can format your text and numeric data as appropriate to the spreadsheet you are creating.
Richard J. Hoffman has written: 'Impressions of a printer' 'A decorative divertissement' 'When a printer plays' -- subject(s): Printers' ornaments, Specimens, Type and type-founding, Type ornaments 'Initials and display alphabets' 'With line and flower' 'A gathering of types' -- subject(s): Specimens, Type and type-founding