Cells - The place
where information is held in a spreadsheet. A cell is the "box" where a column and a
row intersect in a spreadsheet.
Columns - The
vertical spaces in a spreadsheet.
Copy - Selected
text is placed on the internal clipboard; however, the original item still
remains on the screen.
Copyright - The legal
protection against copying and the specific rights allowing copying given to
original works, which may be in printed or photographically or electronically
stored words, music, visual arts, and performing arts. The purpose of copyright is not just
to protect the rights, but also to establish the rules under which copies or
portions may be made to make a work more widely available.
Cut - The
selected text or image is removed from the screen and placed on the internal
Download - To transfer
a file from another computer to your computer by means of a modem and
telephone line (or cable) or network connection.
Entry Bar - This is the
place where information is typed into a spreadsheet.
Graphic Tool -
The tool used to insert a graphic into a file. On a tool bar an arrow often
represents the graphic tool.
Menu - The choices
and commands that are displayed on the screen and can be selected by a user.
Network - Connection
system that lets your computer communicate with another computer, printer,
hard disk, etc.
Password - A word only
you know that you type into the computer to connect to a server, Internet
accounts, web sites etc.
Paste - Choosing
this menu item places an item from the internal clipboard onto a document.
Printer - The device
that takes the text and images sent from the computer and transfers them to
Rows - The
horizontal spaces in a spreadsheet.
User Name - The name
you use to log on to a computer or the network, usually one you choose or one
assigned to you by your service provider.
Server - A computer
that provides storage over a network, file saving, email, FTP, etc. Web sites
are also access through a “web server”.
Spreadsheet - A software
application for number-related information processing.
Text Tool - The tool
used to insert text into a file.
On a tool bar, an “A” often represents the text tool.
Or “troubleshooting” means to isolate the source of a problem
and fix it. In the case of
computer systems, the term troubleshoot is usually used when the problem is
suspected to be hardware related.
If the problem is known to be in software the term debug is more
Upload - To transfer
a file from your computer to
another computer by means of a modem and telephone line (or cable) or network