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what are the 4 parts of a window?
title bar, menu bar, status bar, tool bar
what are the file extensions for excel, access, powerpoint, web page files, sound and picture files?
-.xls
-.mdb
-.ppt
-.wav
-.jpg
what is access and excel used for?
access-database
excel-spreadsheet
what is ur class listserv address?
listserv@listserv.temple.edu
what are the 6 views of power point?
-normal
-note page
-outline
-slide
-slideshow
-slide sorter
what are the two types of animation?
transitions and custom animation
what are the 2 most popular web browsers used today?
internet explorer and netscape
what are the 5 form components used in ur web page form?
text feild, text area, check box, list/menu, radio group
which file should all ur files be placed in so that it could show up in astro account?
stefile
name 5 charts used in excel?
bar, line, column, pie, scatter
what is the difference between a formula and a function?
-formula: u create
-functions: are done by the computer (highlight and drag)
what are the 8 functions we used in excel?
-sum, average, min, median, mode,if,increase, decrease
what are the 2 types of references and their differences?
-relative: will increase by numbers when u scroll down. will increase by letters if u scroll to the right

-absolute cell addressing:
increase: #+(# x percent)
decrease: #-(# x percent)
*change percentage u want to incr/decr to
what does a generic "if statement" look like?
=if (condition, true, false)
what does a nested "if statement" look like?
=if(cond#1,true,if(cond #2,true,false)
when is a nested if statement necessary?
when there a re more than two options
what is the difference between PMT and IPMT?
PMT: includes rate, NPER, PV..everything is absolute

IPMT: intrest portion of payment (includes rate,PER, NPER, PV...everything absolute except PER)
what is a primary key?
special feild that makes record unique inside of a table
what are the 2 views we used for access?
design view and datasheet view
what is the hierarchy in access from largest to smallest?
database, table, record, feild
what are the 3 ways to rearrange info. in access?
sort, filter, and query
what is windows explorer?
application program included w/ windows xp that allows u to view the contents of a compute, the hierarchy of drives and folders, and files/ folders
what is a task bar?
located at bottom of screen and shows the start button