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Semester Exam Review

EXCEL
1. What is the purpose of a spreadsheet? Solve problems involving numbers
2. Give one advantage of using a computer spreadsheet? Solve problems faster and more accurately
3. A worksheet consists of what? Columns and rows that intersect to form cells
4. What is the difference between when you use Save and Save As? Save As allows you to change the name and location,
Save just saves the current name and location
5. What are the ways that you can change the active cell? Point and click, go to command, and arrow keys
6. What is a group of selected cells called? range
7. How do you identify a range of cells? Start with cell in the upper left through the cell in the lower right separated by a colon
example (B1:F7)
8. What key can you hold down to select cells or a group of cells that are not touching? CTRL
9. Active Cell-The cell in the worksheet in which you can type data
10. Active Worksheet-The worksheet that is displayed in the work area; also known as the active sheet
11. Cell-The intersection of a column and a row in a table or worksheet
12. Cell Reference-A unique identifier for a cell, which is formed by combining the cells column letter and row number
13. Column-appear vertically and are identified by letters at the top of the window
14. Formula-An equation that calculates a new value from values currently in a worksheet
15. Formula Bar-The box to the right of the Name Box that displays a formula when the cell of a worksheet contains a calculated
value (or the results of a formula)
16. Microsoft Office Excel 2007 (Excel)-Spreadsheet program in Microsoft Office 2007
17. Name Box-The cell reference area located below the Ribbon, which displays the cell reference of the active cell
18. Range-A group of selected cells
19. Range Reference-The unique identifier for a range, which is the cell in its upper-left corner and the cell in its lower right
corner, separated by a colon
20. Row-appear horizontally and are identified by numbers on the left side of the window
21. Sheet Tab-The worksheet identifier that appears at the bottom of the workbook window
22. Spreadsheet-Grid of rows and columns in which you enter text, numbers, and the results of calculations
23. Workbook-The file used to store worksheets; usually a collection of related worksheets
24. Worksheet-A computerized spreadsheet in Excel
25. Left one column-Left arrow key
26. Right one column-Right arrow key
27. Up one row-Up arrow key
28. Down one row-Down arrow key
29. To the first cell of a row-Home key
30. To cell A1-Ctrl+Home keys
31. AutoFit-An automatic determination of the best width for a column or the best height for a row, based on its contents.
32. Column Heading-The column letter.
33. Format Painter-A feature that copies format attributes such as colors, borders, and fill effects from an object, text, or cell in
order to apply the same formatting to another object, text, or cell.
34. Row Heading-The row number.
35. When you are changing a columns size you are adjusting what? width
36. When you are changing a rows size you are adjusting what? height
37. When the contents in a cell are too large for the cell and the cell next to it is occupied what happens to the text? truncated
38. When the contents in a cell are too large for the cell and the cell next to it is empty what happens to the text? Contents
continue on in the next cell
39. What button can you press on your keyboard to get out of a formula and remove the flashing border around cells?
Esc key
40. What is the cursor that allows you to copy a cells contents and/or formatting into an adjacent cell or range?
Fill handle
41. When you paste data into cells with existing data, the pasted data appears after the existing data.
The data that you paste replaces the existing data
42. Deleting a row or column erases the data in that row or column. True
43. Splitting creates two, three, or four panes in the worksheet. You can only split to two or four panes
44. What should you do if you accidently delete a column or row? Press undo or ctrl z
45. What does each formula begin with? Every formula has to have at least what? = and two operands and at least one operator
46. Will Excel let you enter a formula with incorrect structure. No
47. What are the three cell references and how do they work?
Absolute-does not change, relative-changes based on row or column change, and mixed-part changes and part does not
48. What are the two components of formulas? Operand and operator

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49. In a formula, subtraction is performed before multiplication. False, multiplication before subtraction
50. In a formula, operations within parentheses are performed after operations outside parentheses.
False, parentheses first
51. What calculation averages all the numbers in the selected cells. Average
52. What calculation lists how many cells are selected. Count
53. What calculation lists how many of the selected cells contain numbers. Numerical Count
54. What calculation shows the smallest number in the selected cells. Minimum
55. What calculation shows the largest number in the selected cells. Maximum
56. What calculation adds all the number in the selected cells. SUM
57. -A cell reference that does not change when copied or moved to a new cell. Absolute
58. -A cell reference that contains both relative and absolute references. Mixed
59. A number or cell reference used in a formula. Operand
60. - A symbol that indicates what mathematical operation to perform on the operands, such as a plus sign (+) for addition.
Operator
61. A cell reference that adjusts to its new location when copied or moved. Relative
62. Copy- To place a copy of selected text on the Clipboard or the Office Clipboard.
63. Cut -To remove selected text and place it on the Clipboard or the Office Clipboard.
64. Fill- To copy a cells contents and/or formatting into an adjacent cell or range.
65. Fill handle- The black square in the lower-right corner of the active cell or range that you drag over the cells you want to fill.
66. Footer- Text that is printed at the bottom of each page.
67. Header- Text that is printed at the top of each page.
68. Landscape orientation- A page or worksheet rotated so it is wider than it is long.
69. Margins- Blank spaces around the top, bottom, and sides of page.
70. Paste- To copy an item stored on the Clipboard or the Office Clipboard to a location in a file.
71. Portrait orientation- A page or worksheet rotated so it is longer that it is wide.
72. Function- is a shorthand way to write an equation that performs a calculation.
73. SUM function- adds values in a range of cells.
74. The purpose of functions is to what? simplify formulas that are long or complex.
75. A formula with a function has three parts: equals sign, argument, and function name
76. =SUM(F6:F11) = equals sign SUM function name (F6:F11) argument
77. The argument is the value the function uses to perform a calculation, including a number, text, or a cell reference that acts as
an operand. The argument follows the function name and is enclosed in parentheses.
Function
Returns
78. SQRT(number)
the square root of the number in the argument
79. ROUND(number, num_digits)
The number in the first argument rounded to the
number of decimal places designated in the
second argument.
80. LN(number)
The natural logarithm of a number
81. Active worksheet- is the worksheet that appears in the workbook window.
SketchUp
82. Sketchup an architectural design software that will allow an individual to draw 2D and 3D objects.
83. The getting started toolbar appears at the top of the window in sketchup.
84. The measurements box appears at the bottom right of the window in sketchup.
85. The three axes that Sketcup uses is green, red, and blue.
86. The measurement field show the measurements of whatever tool you are currently using. Ex. Line-length, rectanglelength/width.
87. Sketchup has six standard views which are top, front, back, left, right, and isometric.
88. The isometric view allows you to see from an angle to make the length, width, and height visible.
89. Which axis is used for vertical height? Blue
90. Which two axes are used for length and width?
91. Which tool allows you to draw lines of any length that are straight?

92.Which tools allows you to circle around your object, allowing you to view it
from whatever perspective you choose? orbit
93.Which tool allows you to move the sheet that you object is drawn on, allowing
you to make the object more in the center of the screen? pan

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94.Which tool would allow you to draw a symmetrical square the easiest?
Rectangle tool
95.When you draw a single line there are inference points along that line. Which
one is used to find the exact middle of the line? midpoint
96.When you want to draw a line that is parallel to the green axis which arrow
key do you tap once? left
97.When I want to draw a line that turns 90 degrees from an endpoint which
inference should I follow? perpendicular to edge
98.When I want to constrain my drawing to a certain inference I need to use
what key. shift
99.When I want to draw a line along the blue axis which arrow key do I tap once?
Up or down
100.
If I want to delete everything on my drawing I need to press which
button to select all with the control key first? A
101.
Which tool allows you to draw a line that has a bulge in it? arc