A toolbar at the top of the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet window that you can use to enter or copy an existing formula in to cells or charts. It is labeled with function symbol (fx). By clicking the Formula Bar, or when you type an equal (=) symbol in a cell, the Formula Bar will activate.
- Format Painter
A number of Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Word offer the pre-defined Format Painter tool. Format Painter is used when you want to copy formatting from one item to another. For example if you have written text in Word, and have it formatted using a specific font type, color, and font size […]
- fill handle
In Microsoft Excel, fill handle is a command that lets you fill data in to your spreadsheet cells, that is based on a pattern you establish. For example, you can use this command to continue a series of numbers, text combinations, or dates.
- column header
In Excel and other spreadsheet applications, the column header is the colored row of letters used to identify each column within the sheet, or workbook. The column header row is located above the row one.
- auto fill
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 […]
- 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”.