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Mendoza,Vernon Royce O.

2015
CE12KA2
CPE 001

February 3,

Parts of Excel 2007


Active Cell
The active cell is recognized by its black outline. Data is always entered into the active cell. Different cells
can be made active by clicking on them with the mouse or by using the arrow keys on the keyboard.
File Tab
The File tab is new to Excel 2010 - Sort of. It is a
replacement for the Office Button in Excel 2007
which was a replacement for the file menu in
earlier versions of Excel.
Like the old file menu, the File tab options are
mostly related to file management such as
opening new or existing worksheet files, saving,
printing, and a new feature - saving and sending
Excel files in PDF format.
Formula Bar
Located above the worksheet, this area displays
the contents of the active cell. It can also be used
for entering or editing data and formulas.
Name Box
Located next to the formula bar, the Name Box
displays the cell reference or the name of the
active cell.
Column Letters
Columns run vertically on a worksheet and each
one is identified by a letter in the column header.
Row Numbers
Rows run horizontally in a worksheet and are identified by a number in the row header.
Together a column letter and a row number create a cell reference. Each cell in the worksheet can be
identified by this combination of letters and numbers such as A1, F456, or AA34.
Sheet Tabs
By default there are three worksheets in an Excel file.
The tab at the bottom of a worksheet tells you the name of the worksheet - such as Sheet1, Sheet2 etc.
Parts of PowerPoint 2007
1. Office Button: The Office 2007 Button is located in the top left hand corner of the screen. The Office
Button allows you to open, save, and print documents, and perform other document output functions such
as fax and email.
2. The Ribbon: The traditional drop-down menus and toolbars of earlier Microsoft releases have been
replaced by the more intuitive and graphical Ribbon. Click on the
arrow to open a dialogue box with
more options.
3. Command Tabs: Office 2007 applications automatically open to the Home command tab, which
contains formatting options needed to create a basic document, such as font and paragraph settings.
Specialized features can be accessed from other command tabs.

4. Slide & Outline


Tabs: The Slides tab shows
thumbnail images of your
slides, allowing you to
rearrange and hide slides
and view set transitions as
you work. The Outline tab
shows the content of your
slides, making it easy to
rearrange your text.
5. Slide Panel: This panel is
where you enter the content
of your slides.
6. Notes Panel: This is
where you can enter notes. If
you wish to enter longer
notes, you can go to the
View tab and select Notes
Page.
7. View Buttons: These
three buttons include the
Normal view, shown here,
the Slide Sorter, which allows
you to shuffle your slides,
and the Slide Show, which
shows the slides as if you were presenting.
8. Zoom Slider: This allows you to zoom in and out on the Slide Panel.