Tools | Sort
Data | Sort
Edit | Data | Sort
None of the above
Double-click the cell
Click in the Formatting toolbar
Hold SHIFT down while clicking the cell
None of the above - you must retype
The date is copied to each cell
The date is increased by 1 day into each cell
The date is increased by 1 week into each cell
Nothing as AutoFill applies only to numbers
Click the Print button
Press the PRINT SCREEN key
Select Print selection on Page Setup | Sheet and then print
Select Print selection in the Print dialog and then print
Select the cells and press DELETE.
Select the cells and choose Edit | Clear... | Contents
Select the cells and drag the fill handle back up over them
All of the above
Whatever was last used
Your formula has a syntax error
The row is too short to show the number at the current font size
The column is too narrow to show all the digits of the number
Either a or b
There is no default. It has to be set each time Excel is opened.
Click in the cell to be the upper left corner, press and hold your left mouse button while dragging your mouse to the cell that will be the lower right corner of your range.
Click in the cell to be the upper left corner, hold your shift key down and then click in the cell that will be the lower right corner of your range.
Click in the cell to be the upper left corner, hold your shift key down and then use your tab key to move to the cell that will be the lower right corner of your range.
Click in the cell to be the upper left corner, hold your shift key down and then use your arrow keys to move to the cell that will be the lower right corner of your range.
The white cross is used to select or move a cell or a range of cells.
The small black crosshair on the lower right corner of a cell can be used to create a series or copy the contents from one cell to another.
Pointing to a border with the mouse will allow you to enlarge the cell.
A cell cannot be moved with the mouse.
An embedded chart
An exception chart
A companion chart
There is no special name
Draw a rectangle and then double clicking the lower right sizing handle.
Use the ruler on the top and sides as a guide.
Hold the shift key down while dragging the crosshair with your left mouse button.
Right click and drag the crosshair into the shape you want.
Consolidating data enables you to summarize data from several ranges in a single range.
To consolidate data, you must specify where to place the result (destination) and you must specify the various ranges that will be consolidated (source areas).
The source for the data must be from the same worksheet or workbook.
The source for the data must be from the same worksheet or workbook, or can also come from another workbook.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.