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Session 2 Fill-in-the-Blanks

Instructions: While watching Session 2, fill in the missing words according to the information presented
by the instructor. [References are found in the brackets.]
Formatting Data
1. Excel has great capabilities as far as graphics because sometimes you need to Highlight
ticular reasons.

data for par-

[Formatting Data, Color, Size]

2. To flag an Excel sheet tab so that it stands out, Right Click

the specific tab and select Tab Color.

[Change Sheet, Tab Color, Office Workbook]

3. A theme also incorporates the colors and Font

4. The Background button is located on the Page Layout


5. A background is the lowest Layer

[Change Office Themes]


in the Excel worksheet.


6. To turn a picture into a watermark, open the dialog from the Page Setup

group on the Page Layout tab.


7. Insert the picture into the custom Header

to customize it into a watermark.


Modify Cells
8. To have a title Govern

more than one column or row, use the Merge & Center feature.

9. By default, Excel gets rid of Leading Zero

unless specially formatted.

[Merge Cells]

[Apply Number Formats, Special Formats]

10. If you do not need to do a mathematical calculation upon a number like a zip code, you can format it as
to maintain leading zeroes.


[Custom Format]

11. Adding WordArt to an Excel sheet is done on the Insert


[Text to WordArt]


12. Searching for specific data can be done by right-clicking and selecting Find or by the keyboard shortcut

[Find and Replace]

13. Using an asterisk as a wildcard will take the place of Any # of

missing characters.

[Asterisk, Question Mark]

14. Be sure to have the cursor Inside

the specific data range before applying a Sort.

15. Think of filtering as formatting Out


information you are not interested in seeing displayed.


16. After applying a table style to a range of data, the contextual Table Tools
17. One way to modify a table is to apply Table Style Option

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tab will appear.

which are alternatively shaded.

[Create Tables]

[Modify Tables]

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Text Formulas
18. The CONCATENATE formula Combines
19. The F2

cell contents together.

key will display the formula for a selected cell.


[Edit Formula]

20. The built-in Excel function to split cell contents apart is applied with the Text to Columns
Data tab.

button on the

[Split Cell Contents Apart]

21. When using delimiters in the Text to Column Wizard, you will Loose

the delimiting characters.


22. The arguments of a formula are located Inside

the parentheses.



23. The acronym PEMDAS

an equation.

helps you to remember the order of operations, which will affect the results of

[Define Order of Operations]

24. Operations are Short Hand

versions of formulas, and there are only six of them.

[Four Most Popular Operators]

25. The SUM formula will Ignore


26. The MIN formula identifies the Lowest

27. Hold down the Ctrl
28. Using the Dollar sign


value in the range.

key to select non-adjacent cells.



will lock in a cell reference to make it absolute.

29. Place your cursor in the cell address and hit the F4

[Relative, Absolute Cell References]

key to toggle between mixed references.

[Mixed Cell References]

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