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Chapter 9. Spreadsheet Essentials > Worksheet Navigation

Worksheet Navigation

Excel windows work as they do in most other Macintosh applications—with some additional tricks to get you where you want to go.

A sheet is divided into a grid of columns and rows (see Figure 9.2). The intersection of a given column and row is known as a cell. Every column is labeled with a letter (shown in its heading) and every row with a number. The combination of a column letter and row number uniquely identifies each cell, such as G7 or D103. This combination is known as a cell address.


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