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Worksheet Basics

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Introduction

A Microsoft Excel worksheet consists of rows, columns, and cells.


Worksheet Basics

Row -- A row is a horizontal line of cells. The numbers at the left of the screen is the number of each row.

Column -- A column is a vertical line of cells. The letters at the top of the screen identifies each column.

Cell -- A cell is the area where a row and column intersect. The place that your enter text is a cell. Cells are identified by their column letter and their row number. (example: A1)

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