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Introduction of Cell, Row, Column, Worksheet and Excel File in Microsoft Excel 2007

In Microsoft Excel 2007, A cell is made up of a square box containing information like Text, Numbers or a Formula. Which also mean it is capable of capturing the data, result of a formula and other type of information that the users want it to be.

Row is a group of cells aligned horizontally, it is referenced by numbers. The smallest number is 1 and the largest is 1,048,576. When you click on a cell, Microsoft Excel 2007 will show you what row you are in by highlighting the selected row in brown color.

Column is a group of cells aligned vertically, it is referenced by alphabets. It starts from A and end at XFD. Again similar to Row, when you click on a cell, Microsoft Excel 2007 will show you what column you are in by highlighting the selected column in brown color.

Worksheet is a grouping of Row and Column. By default, you will have 3 worksheets every time you open a blank Excel file. It is named by Sheet 1, Sheet 2 and Sheet 3. Of course, you may increase the worksheet by Insert function. You may put your data, formula or even a Chart on your worksheet. A worksheet is where you perform most of your Microsoft Excel functions at, active worksheet a highlighted with white color tab.

An Excel File is a grouping of worksheets . When you open a blank file, it will come together with 3 worksheets. It is by default named Book 1, and if you open another file, it will be named Book 2 and so on. You have to save the file in order to change the name of the file. You can do it easily by clicking on the Office Button and select Save As.