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Taking Charge of Excel: Test your skills, Part 1

Taking Charge of Excel: Test your skills, Part 1 >> Excel Skills For Business: Essential

1. The large toolbar that stretches across the top of the Excel window is known as the Excel bar.

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2. If the Ribbon is not visible, double-click (single-click for Mac) on one of the Ribbon Tabs to maximise or restore it.

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3. Columns are referenced using numbers.

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4. Rows are referenced using numbers.

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5. The first cell (top-left) in a standard Excel spreadsheet is known as 1A.

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6. Cell B2 is below cell B3.

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7. Cells D1, D2, D3, …, D20 are all in the same column.

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8.The Quick Access toolbar can be customised to show the tools you use most often.

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9. Clicking on cell C3 and clicking Freeze Panes will freeze the top 3 rows and the first 3 columns.

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10. You can navigate to the right of your spreadsheet by scrolling the scroll wheel of your mouse.

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11. If you notice an error in a cell, you can correct it by typing over the error.

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12. If text has already been entered in a column and you start typing in the same column, Excel will suggest existing values that begin with what you have typed.

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13. You cannot copy and paste text into Excel from another Office software such as Microsoft Word.

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14. If you want to remove some information from your spreadsheet, you can highlight this information and press Delete.

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15. If you want to reverse most previously conducted tasks, you can click the Undo button at the top left of the Excel window.

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