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Chapter 17. Once Around the Worksheet > Using Cells and Other Interesting Thing...

Using Cells and Other Interesting Things

A spreadsheet is made up of rows and columns of cells. Each cell can contain a unique item of information, such as a number, formula, or text string. By default, the rows in an Excel spreadsheet are numbered top-to-bottom, starting at 1. Columns are labeled with letters, left-to-right, starting with the letter A. Figure 17.2 shows an example of rows and columns.

Figure 17.2. Excel uses rows and columns to organize information.



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