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Comp Sci Session 1.1: Excel Table Understanding Spreadsheets (pg. 6)  Spreadsheets is a collection of text and numbers laid out o Often used in business for budgeting, inventory management and decision making Navigating Between Worksheets (pg. 7)  Workbook contains two kinds of sheets o Worksheets o Chart Sheets  Worksheets o Contains grid of rows and column. Users enter data values and formulas into these rows and columns o Data and charts are embedded in within worksheets  Chart Sheet o Provides a representation of worksheet data in excel Navigating Within a Worksheet (pg. 8)  Each cell within a worksheet is identified as a CELL REFERENCE o Indicates the location of an individual worksheet cell  To find a cell use CONTROL & G button Entering Text, Numbers and Dates (pg. 11)  Worksheets can contain Text, Numbers and Dates  Text data is any combination of letters, numbers and symbols o Referred to as TEXT STRING  Numbering data is any numerical value that can be calculated Comp Sci Session 1 1 Comp Sci Session 1.2: Worksheet Data Working with Cell and Ranges  Range reference indicates the location and size of a cell range  For ADJCENT RANGES, the range reference includes the cell reference of the upper-left and lower-right cells in the rectangular block separated by a colon o Ex. A1:G5 – refers to all cells from A1 to A5  For NON-ADJACENT RANGES separates each adjacent range reference by a semicolon o Ex. A1:A5; F1:G5 – Part 1 covers cells from A1- A5 and then Part 2 covers cells from F1 – G5 Selecting a Range (pg. 26)  Selecting a range enables you to work with all of the cells in the range as a group o You move the group of cells, delete them or clear all their contents Moving and Copying a Range  You can copy and paste a range  Drag and drop o Dragging the cell and dropping it in a new location Working with Formulas Entering a Formula (pg. 32)  Every excel formula begins with an equal sign (=) followed by an expression describing the operation that returns the value  A formula is written using OPERATORS that combine different values, resulting in a single value that is then displayed within the cell  There are four different types of calculation operators o Arithmetic Operators (Main focus) ARITHMETIC OPERATOR MEANING (EXAMPLE) + (plus sign) Addition (3+3) – (minus sign) Subtraction (3–1) Negation (–1) * (asterisk) Multiplication (3*3) / (forward slash) Division (3/3) Comp Sci Session 1 2 % (percent sign) Percent (20%) ^ (caret) Exponentiation (3^2)  Comparison Operator COMPARISON OPERATOR MEANING (EXAMPLE) = (equal sign) Equal to (A1=B1) > (greater than sign) Great
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