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### Cell

A **cell** is the basic building block of a worksheet. Each worksheet contains a grid of cells in a 1,048,576 row by 16,384 column arrangement. Each cell can store data such as numbers or text or it can contain the results of a formula.

### Range

A **range** is simply any collection of cells.

### Workbook

A **workbook** is simply another name for your Excel file.

### Worksheet

A **worksheet** is where Excel stores all your text, numbers and formulas. Each workbook contains at least one worksheets but can contain as many as you need subject to your computers memory restraints.

### Ribbon

The **ribbon** is Excels graphical menu interface for commands you can perform. Commands are organised into different tabs and groups within tabs. These groupings

### Function

A **function** takes input values and returns a calculated value to a cell. Excel has many functions available to do many types of calculations such as time and date functions, logical functions, text functions, lookup and reference functions and statistical and math functions.

### Formula

A **formula** is an expression built with Excel’s functions.