1. Starting up MS Excel 2016

When first starting MS Excel 2016, the program opens an empty workbook file named by default “Book1” (as indicated in the title bar on the top of the window). This workbook contains a single empty worksheet called “Sheet1” represented by the a tab at the bottom of the window. In its most common configuration, MS Excel shows:

– a menu bar (File, Home, Insert…),
– the ribbon, where most of the buttons and tools to handle data are available and arranged in sections (Clipboard, Font, Alignment…),
– the formula bar “fx”, where text, numbers and formulas can be entered in the selected cell,
– the name box displaying the “coordinates” or “address” of the currently selected cell,
– the spreadsheet with a multitude of empty cells waiting to be used.
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