A relative reference specifies column and row references.
A relative reference adjusts to its location on the worksheet.
A relative reference refers to an existing cell reference.
A relative reference refers to an original value.
Design, Shape, Layout
Layout, Format, Type
Design, Layout, Format
Styles, Shapes, Effects
A worksheet tab is used to access tools associated with the worksheet.
A worksheet tab is used to move from one cell to the next cell in a worksheet.
A worksheet tab is used to activate a worksheet by clicking on its sheet tab found at the bottom of the worksheet.
A worksheet tab is used to get help when working with Microsoft Excel 2010.
Yes, even after saving a file, double-clicking on a cell where data is to be changed allows editing.
No, data in a cell can only be changed by creating a copy of the original spreadsheet into a new spreadsheet.
No, once a file is saved, cell data cannot be changed.
Yes, but the file must be saved with a different file name.
View side by side
The formula in the cell is wrong.
There are too many characters in the cell to be displayed with the current cell width.
The decimal point placement in the cell is wrong.
All of the above.
Seperate the page into two for easier printing.
Use the Fit to Page option.
Highlight all cells to print and print selection.
None of the above.
The #REF! error value occurs when a cell reference is not valid.
The #REF! error value occurs when a cell has been formatted as a currency but contains text.
The #REF! error value occurs when a cell contains a number with two decimal separators (points) present.
None of the above
Click a cell, then hold down SHIFT on the keyboard and select the other cells.
Click in a cell, then hold down ALT on the keyboard as you select the other cells.
Click in a cell, hold down CTRL on the keyboard and then select the other cells.
Click in a cell, then hold down SHIFT as you move from cell to cell using the Arrow keys on the keyboard.
Column A, Row A11, Cell 11
Column 11, Row A, Cell 11A
Column 11, Row A, Cell A11
Column A, Row 11, Cell A11
Here's an interesting quiz for you.