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Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
Introduction to spreadsheets
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7th Grade Introduction to spreadsheets.

7th Grade Introduction to spreadsheets.

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  • 1. Introduction to Spreadsheets
  • 2. What is a spreadsheet? An arrangement of cells in columns and rows used to organize, analyze, calculate, and report information, usually in numerical form.
  • 3. What is a Workbook? A file which contains one or more spreadsheets.
  • 4. What computer program creates spreadsheets? Microsoft Excel
  • 5. Parts of Spreadsheets
  • 6. Row Horizontal lines for data in a spreadsheet. Identified with Numbers
  • 7. Column Vertical lines for data in a spreadsheet. Identified with Letters
  • 8. Cell The individual intersections between rows and columns. Labeled by the Row Number and Column Letter.
  • 9. Active Cell The cell that is currently being edited. Marked by a think black boarder around the cell.
  • 10. Column
  • 11. Row
  • 12. Understanding Spreadsheets
  • 13. Label Alphabetical text in a spreadsheet
  • 14. Value A number in a spreadsheet
  • 15. Formula Statement that performs a calculation
  • 16. Function Built-in formula that is a shortcut for common calculations
  • 17. Parts of Spreadsheet Formulas
  • 18. Example: =B2+C2+D2
  • 19. Example: =B2+C2+D2 Equal Sign: First part of any spreadsheet formula
  • 20. Example: =B2+C2+D2 Mathematical Operators
  • 21. Example: =B2+C2+D2 Cell Reference/Address: Made up of column heading and row number
  • 22. Parts of Spreadsheet Functions
  • 23. Example: =SUM(B2:B6)
  • 24. Example: =SUM(B2:B6) Equal Sign: First part of any spreadsheet formula
  • 25. Example: =SUM(B2:B6) Name of Function
  • 26. Example: =SUM(B2:B6) Range of Function
  • 27. What are some uses for spreadsheets? 1. Prepare Budgets 2. Maintain student grades 3. Prepare financial statements 4. Analyze numbers 5. Manage Inventory 6. Make forecasts
  • 28. What is a budget? An estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time
  • 29. What is a Financial Statement? Statement: a document showing credits and debits
  • 30. What is a Forecast? The act of predicting business activity for a future period of time

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