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Excel Chapter 1 Quiz

10 Questions  I  By Seanconnors
Excel Chapter 1 Quiz
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1.  When opening Microsoft Excel 2003, the workbook opens with three blank worksheets, but, if necessary, additional worksheets can be added to a maximum of 255.
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2.  A cell is referred to by its unique address, or cell reference, which is the coordinates of the intersection of a column and a row.
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3.  When the text entered is longer than the width of a column, Excel displays the overflow characters in adjacent cells to the left as long as the adjacent cells contain data.
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4.  _______________________, a primary part of Excel, pictorially (or visually) represent(s) data.
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5.  A __________________, which is the intersection of a column and row, is the basic unit of a worksheet into which data is entered.
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6.  Excel's ______________ provides a convenient means to add the numbers in a range of cells.
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7.  To select any cell (in the entire worksheet), click in the _____________ located on the left side of the formula bar and enter the cell reference of the desired cell.  (This can help you to quickly jump directly to any cell on the entire worksheet!)
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8.  As shown in the accompanying figure, when Excel starts it creates a new empty ____________________, called Book1, which is like a notebook.
9.  Mr. Connors refers to Microsoft Excel as a “super _____________,” because of all the data it can hold.
10.  Each cell has a unique address or name called the "cell ____________________."
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