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Spreadsheet Data

Any entry into a cell can be one of three possible items: A label, number, or formula. A label is a word used to describe information in your spreadsheet. For example, you might want to calculate a budget for office expenses. Therefore, you would create a list of those expenses: Paper, pens, computer supplies, stamps, and so forth. These words describe the numbers in another column or row, which is why they're called labels.

Figure 16-2. IBM Lotus 1-2-3.

Screen captures (© 2003) IBM Corporation. Used with permission of IBM.IBM Lotus SmartSuite and IBM Lotus Notes are registered trademarks of IBM.



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