Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Meet the formula bar
Figure 2-14 Click the Quick Analysis tool to display a context-sensitive “ribbon” with “tabs”
containing appropriate actions you can apply to the selected cells.
Meet the formula bar
Worksheet cells are the building blocks of Excel. They store and display the information
you enter on an Excel worksheet so that you can perform worksheet calculations. You can
enter information directly in a cell, or you can enter information through the formula bar,
as shown in Figure 2-15.
The contents of the active cell appear in the formula bar, and the address of the active cell
appears in the Name box at the left end of the formula bar. The formula bar split handle
and the Insert Function button are always available, but the other two formula-editing
buttons are active only while you are entering or editing data in a cell, as shown in Figure 2-15.
Click the Cancel button to cancel the current action in the cell, which is the same as
pressing the Esc key. Click the Enter button to consummate the current action in the cell, which
is the same as pressing the Enter key.
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