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An Excel tool that enables you to quickly filter or sort data.
A set of characters that uses the same typeface, style, and size.
Font size
Determined by point size, which is a unit of measurement equal approximately to 1/172 of an inch.
Font style
Various ways the fonts can be displayed, such as regular, italic, bold, or bold italic.
Text printed at the bottom of every page.
Format Painter
A button located on the Standard toolbar that, when selected, copies a format from one cell range to another.
The process of changing the appearance of data in your workbook without changing the data itself.
General number format
Default number format that automatically displays numbers, for the most part, the same way you enter them.
A line that extends across the plot area indicating the location of tick marks on the chart’s horizontal vertical axes. (charts).

-A visual cue for the layout of the cells in a worksheet. (worksheets).
Text printed in the top margin of every page.
The space between the page content and the edges of the page.
Page break
Location in a worksheet that determines where a new page begins.
Page break preview
Displays a view of the worksheet as it is divided up into pages. Anything outside of the printed area is grayed out.
A unit of measurement used in printing and is equal to approximately 1/72 of an inch.
Print area
Selected portion of a worksheet to be printed.
San serif font
A font that does not have small lines stemming from and at an angle to the upper and lower ends of a character. Arial is an example of a sans serif font.
Serif font
Font that has small lines stemming from and at an angle to the upper and lower ends of the character; also considered easier to read. Times Roman is an example of a serif font.
A saved collection of formatting options-number formats, text alignment, font sizes and colors, borders, and background fills-that can be applied to cells in a worksheet.
The specific design of a set of printed characters, including letters, numbers, punctuations marks, and symbols.