A description shows in a small window.
The cell that is selected
The route the operating system uses to locate a document.
The blue banner that stretches across the top of the screen, just below the title bar.
Is a blinking vertical line that indicates the location in the document where the new text and data will be entered.
Move through the document on the screen without changing the location of the insertion point.
A feature that enables you to repeat the same data in a column or row
To load a file into an application
A small arrow appears in the lower-right corner of some groups, and when clicked
The area where you enter new text and data or change existing text and data.
The letter at the top of the column
Serves as the primary interface between the user and the application.
The intersection of a single row and a single column
To store it on a disk or other storage medium such as the hard drive.
When positioned within the document window, the pointer changes
Containers used to organize the documents into manageable groups on a designated storage device.
Identifies the type of file.
The column letter followed by the row number.
Refers to the ability to open and work with files without a format conflict.
A collection of information saved as a unit.
Common operating system for web users
A group of cells that all touch each other
Is a systematic approach leading from an initial situation to a desired situation that is subject to some resource constraints.
A list of services specifically designed to provide assistance to a company or organization.
This is the process of diagnosing the source of a problem. It is used to fix problems with hardware, software, and many other products.
The estimated time period that an asset, such as computer equipment, will be of use to the owner.
The number at the left of the row
These documents help you maintain computer equipment
How long it takes the computer to scan for a file
Are stored in blocks of nonadjacent clusters, thus creating fragmented files
Physically organizing the contents of the disk to store the pieces of each file contiguously
A grid of rows and columns into which you enter text data and numerical data
The text or numbers in a cell
Is a holding area for files and folders before their final deletion from a storage device
Can be used instead of a mouse
Occurs when a piece of data is broken up into many pieces that are not stored close together.
Location where worksheets are stored in Excel
Ties or clips that keep your wires neat and orderly
Allows for a more natural positioning of your arms and hands.
A small text file that a Web site uses to identify a specific computer.
Generally can fit into the palm of your hand
Wires located in a laser printer
An Excel spreadsheet
Is a single character