A darker wide border
A dotted border
A blinking border
None of the above
Adding a graphic to the spreadsheet
Reference in a formula to cels on other worksheets
A special kind of function that uses 3 numbers
Formatting with 3 colors.
CTRL + Enter
Page Break Preview
The sum of values in the cell's column
Nothing until you select a range of cells
The sum of the cell's row unless you change the range
A formula which will add values in the range Excel guesses you want to add
Right-click on the status bar and select SUM
Click the AutoCalculate button on the toolbar
Use the key combo CTRL + $
Double-click the selection
Hold down the CTRL key
hold down the SHIFT key
Hold down the ALT key
Hold down CTRL + SHIFT
Nothing will print because some cells with data have been omitted
Only the cells with gray background will print
The whole sheet will print
Only the cells with white background will print.
A portion of the spreadsheet where you type your formula.
The intersection of the row and column
The upper corner that is to the left of the column indicator and above the row indicator.
Any place on the spreadsheet where you can type.
The cell below the cell where you entered the data
The cell to the right of where you entered the data.
it will not move.
The formula bar so you can double-check your data.
Double-click any cell in the column
Drag from the top cell in the column to the last cell in the column
Click the column heading
Click the column label
You can only change the font type and size for text data.
If you want to add decimal points to a number, your only choice is to use the format menu and then choose cells.
You can use the autoformat command to create a certain look and then customize it to your individual requirements.
When you use a “$”, it always appears left justified in the cell.
Display the importance of values over time emphasizing the amount of change
Display the individual values for comparison.
Display one data series as a whole. Each of its parts represents a percentage of the whole.
Show trends over time emphasizing time flow and rate of change.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.