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Vocabulary Absolute cell reference A cell reference that does not change when copied because a dollar sign has been placed in front of both the column letter and row number, such as $A$5. Alphabetical order See Ascending order. Amortization A method for computing equal periodic payments for an installment loan. Amortization table Displays the interest and principal amounts for each payment of an installment loan. Arguments The data required by a function. Ascending order In order from lowest to highest. Also called alphabetical order when the data is text and chronological order when the data is times or dates. AVERAGE function Function that adds the values in a range of cells and then divides the result by the number of cells in the range. Chronological order See Ascending order. Descending order In order from highest to lowest. Function Performs a calculation that results in a single value. IF function Function that is used to make a decision based on a comparison. Installment loan Loan that is repaid in a series of periodic payments. Key sort column The column that contains the values that a sort is based on. Linked cells Data that is connected to the source cell and will automatically update if the source cell is changed. MAX function Function that displays the largest value in a range of cells. MIN function Function that displays the smallest value in a range of cells. PMT function Function that calculates the periodic payment for an installment loan. Principal The amount of money owed on a loan. Relational operators (Excel) Used to compare two values. Operators include =, <, >, <=, >=, <>. ROUND function Changes a value by rounding it to a specific number of decimal places. Sorting Arranging data in a specified order.
Spreadsheet model A worksheet containing data relating to a particular situation. Static Pasted data that is not connected to the source and will not automatically change if the source changes. SUM function Function that adds the values in a range of cells. Syntax The expected form or structure of a function. What-If analysis The process of making decisions using a spreadsheet model. What-If question A question that is answered using a worksheet model.
Excel Commands AutoSum Creates a formula with the SUM function. The AutoSum button arrow displays a list of other functions that can be used in formulas. Found on the FORMULAS tab.
Orientation Displays options for changing the print orientation. Found on the PAGE LAYOUT tab.
Cell Styles Displays the cell styles gallery. Found on the HOME tab.
Displayed when contents of the Paste Options Clipboard are placed in cells. Used to link cells between sheets.
Clear Print Area Clears a set print area. Found on the PAGE LAYOUT tab.
Portrait The default print orientation that allows more rows to be printed on a page.
Delete Removes a sheet from the workbook. Found in the menu displayed by right-clicking a sheet tab.
Print Titles Displays a dialog box where rows to repeat and columns to repeat on every printed page can be specified. Found on the PAGE LAYOUT tab.
Delete Sheet Columns Deletes a column from the workbook. Found in HOME j Delete. Delete Sheet Rows Deletes a row from the workbook. Found in HOME j Delete. Indicates a possible formula error. Error Checking Displayed next to the cell containing the formula. Error Checking Checks a worksheet for formula errors. Found on the FORMULAS tab. Insert Function Displays a dialog box used to insert a function into a formula. Found on the FORMULAS tab. Insert Options is inserted.
Displayed when a new row or column
Insert Page Break Inserts a page break before the currently selected row or column. Found in PAGE LAYOUT j Breaks. Insert Sheet Inserts a new sheet in front of the active sheet. Found in HOME j Insert. Insert Sheet Columns Inserts a column. Found in HOME j Insert. Insert Sheet Rows Inserts a row. Found in HOME j Insert. Landscape A print orientation that prints a worksheet across the widest part of the page. Margins Displays options for changing the margins. Found on the PAGE LAYOUT tab. Displays a list of math and trigonometry Math & Trig functions. Found on the FORMULAS tab. Displays a menu of additional categories More Functions of functions, such as Statistical. Found on the FORMULAS tab. New Cell Style Displays a dialog box used to create a new cell style. Found in HOME j Cell Styles. Options Displays a dialog box used to select error checking rules. Found in Backstage view.
Remove Page Break Removes a page break. Found in PAGE LAYOUT j Breaks. Scenario Manager Displays a dialog box used to create worksheet scenarios. Found in DATA j What-If Analysis. Set Print Area Designates a specific range of cells to be printed. Found in PAGE LAYOUT j Print Area. Sort Displays a dialog box used to sort data. Found on the DATA tab. Places selected rows of data in order from Sort A to Z low to high. Found on the DATA tab. Places selected rows of data in order from Sort Z to A high to low. Found on the DATA tab.