A feature found in software and applications, that lets you enter a series of numbers or characters in a specified range, and have the software complete the entry you started typing. In Microsoft Excel, for example, you can use a preset function to automatically fill a cell with data. Auto fill may also be spelled as autofill or auto-fill.
- Chart Wizard
A wizard found in the Microsoft Excel program that takes users step-by-step through the process of creating a chart in Microsoft Excel. The Chart Wizard is accessible on the “Insert Menu”, then you choose “Chart”.
- Excel borders
In the Microsoft Excel program, “borders” is a built-in tool that lets users access predefined border styles to add a border around two or more cells on a spreadsheet. You can also use the borders tool to create your own custom border.
- pink contract
A slang term used to describe a special contract between an ISP and a customer whereby the ISP will permit that customer to send unsolicited email (spam) or setup a spam-like website.
Short for European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics, it is the European host of the W3C, an international consortium of companies involved with the Internet and the Web. ERCIM was founded in 1989 by INRIA, GMD (now merged with Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Germany), and CWI (Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica, The Netherlands), to build a European […]
Short for byte order mark, BOM is the character code (such as U+FEFF) at the beginning of a data stream that is used to define the byte order and encoding form. BOM is most commonly associated with plaintext files where it is not known if the file is in big or little endian format. BOM […]