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Excel 2

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

____ view allows you to create or modify a worksheet while viewing how it will look in printed format.
a.
Page Layout
c.
Page Break Preview
b.
Full Screen
d.
 

 2. 

To copy cell contents, you can select the cell and then press the ____ keys.
a.
CTRL+C
c.
CTRL+X
b.
CTRL+V
d.
 

 3. 

The ____ button assigns a fixed dollar sign to the numbers in a selected range, with the dollar sign to the far left with spaces between it and the first digit in the cell.
a.
Comma style format
c.
Accounting number format
b.
d.
Currency style format
 

 4. 

To print a range of cells in the active worksheet, click ____ in the Settings area in the Print gallery.
a.
Print Entire Workbook
c.
b.
Print Selection
d.
none of the above
 

 5. 

All of the following are valid Excel arithmetic operators EXCEPT ____.
a.
c.
>
b.
*
d.
^
 

 6. 

A ____ is text and graphics that print at the top of each page.
a.
topper
c.
margin
b.
header
d.
 

 7. 

When more than one arithmetic operator is involved in a formula, Excel follows the same basic order of ____ that you use in algebra.
a.
c.
positioning
b.
selections
d.
operations
 

 8. 

The ____ function displays the highest value in a range.
a.
SUM
c.
MAX
b.
d.
MIN
 

 9. 

A ____ is a prewritten formula that is built into Excel.
a.
feature
c.
function
b.
calculation
d.
 

 10. 

When Excel follows the order of operations, the formula, 8 * 3 + 2, equals ____.
a.
40
c.
26
b.
13
d.
 

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

The AVERAGE function requires that the argument be included within parentheses following the function name.
 

 2. 

The arithmetic operator, ^, directs Excel to perform the division operation.
 

 3. 

The Percent Style button instructs Excel to display a value as a percentage, determined by multiplying the cell entry by 100, rounding the result to the nearest percent, and adding a percent sign.
 

 4. 

Using Point mode to enter formulas often is faster and more accurate than using the keyboard to type the entire formula.
 

 5. 

The range automatically selected by Excel is always correct.
 

 6. 

Best fit means that the width of the column will be increased or decreased by a percentage you specify.
 

 7. 

The Insert Options button lists formatting options.
 

 8. 

Excel attempts to guess which cells you want to include in the function by looking for ranges that are adjacent to the selected cell and that contain numeric data.
 

 9. 

You cannot format an entire column at once.
 

 10. 

An asterisk (*) following a cell reference in a formula is the arithmetic operator that directs Excel to perform the division operation.
 

 11. 

Moving from left to right, the first calculation in the order of operations is negation (-).
 

 12. 

The most common error when entering a formula is to reference the wrong cell in the formula.
 

 13. 

The equal sign (=) precedes a formula.
 



 
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