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The mouse pointer that looks like a line with arrows coming off of both sides is used for
a) moving cells b) re-sizing c) selecting a column or row d) copying a cell
The __________ button allows you to easily find what you are looking for in a spreadsheet that has a lot of information
a) search b) home c) chart d) filter
The mouse pointer that looks like this + is able to
a) select an entire row b) copy or create a series c) select a cell d) move a cell to another part of the worksheet
The place on a spreadsheet where you can type information or enter a formula is called
a) Cell Address Box b) Name Box c) Filter d) Formula Bar
One or more worksheets together in a file is called a
a) chart b) filter c) workbook d) spreadsheet
The part of a spreadsheet that is always called by a number is called
a) row b) column c) table d) filter
The part of a spreadsheet that is always called by a letter is called a
a) column b) filter c) row d) table
The place in a spreadsheet where a row and column intersect is called a cell
a) chart b) table c) filter d) cell
A grid of rows and columns containing numbers and text is called a
a) Worksheet b) Workbook c) Chart d) Formula Bar
The place on the spreadsheet that tells the address of the active cell is
a) Column b) Name Box or Cell Address Box c) Row d) Formula Bar
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