A pattern for referring to the workbook, worksheet, and cell from which a value should be read.
A cell reference, such as =$B$3, that doesn’t change when you copy a formula containing the reference to another cell.
The cell that is currently selected and open for editing.
A supplemental program that can be used to extend Excel’s functions.
The manner in which a cell’s contents are arranged within that cell (for example, centered).
The specific data a function requires to calculate a value.
The relationship between a graphic’s height and its width.
The process of examining a worksheet for errors.
The Excel functionality that completes data entry for ...