Computer VI Assignment

DIRECTIONS: Identify the word being described. Write your answer in the space provided for.

_________1. This is a powerful application software used for making visual aids presentation.

_________2. Refers to the file created in PowerPoint 2007.

_________3. The arrangement of elements, such as title and subtitle text,lists, pictures, tables, charts, shapes and movies, on a slide.

_________4. A sample design or a ready-made model presentation.

_________5. A combination of colors, fonts, and effects that can be applied as a single selection.

_________6. A collection of formatting options that make formatting of your documents and objects easier.

_________7. This is used to describe the new screen design of PowerPoint 2007 which helps you create better presentations in less time.

_________8. A PowerPoint 2007 tool used easily to correct spelling, grammar, and typographical errors.

DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions briefly.

1. List down at least four new features found in PowerPoint 2007. ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________

2. Aside from making a presentation for a school related project, in what other ways can you MS PowerPoint 2007? __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________


Quiz #3 Creating a New Document

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Introduction to MS Word 2007

Creating a New Document (MS Word 2007)

Intro to MS Word 2007

Intro to MS Word 2007

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Introducing MS Excel

Computer VI Assignment

Directions. Answer the following questions correctly. (Write your answers on your computer lecture notebook)

1. Differentiate Application Window from the Worksheet Window.

2. Enumerate the parts of the MS Excel application window.

3. What are the functions of the shortcut keys such as Alt +F4 and Ctrl +F4?

Assignment in Computer VI

Computer 6 assign excel

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Getting To Know Spreadsheet

What is spreadsheet?

A spreadsheet or worksheet is a tool used whenever you need to perform calculations. These calculations can involve mathematical, financial, or scientific data.

Some typical uses of spreadsheets are

  • household taxes
  • grading system
  • income taxes
  • inventories
  • mortgage payments

Types of Spreadsheet

  • Manual – creating worksheet on ledger paper or columnar using a paper, pencil, calculator, and eraser.
  • Electronic – a computer-generated spreadsheet that makes the basic task much easier

What is a Spreadsheet program?

  • A spreadsheet program is a program that generates a user’s worksheet on-screen and enables him to embed hidden formulas that perform visible calculations.

The story behind the spreadsheet

In 1978, a Harvard business student named Dan Bricklin got tired of adding up columns of numbers- and adding them up again after making a few changes – just to assess the effect of the merger. Bricklin, who knew a little about computers from summer jobs at Wang and other firms, came up with the idea of a spreadsheet program running on a personal computer.

Bricklin’s teacher and a programmer friend, Bob Frankston, produced visicalc. It is a program for apple ii computer. This marked an important new chapter in American enterprise, the electronic spreadsheet.

VisiCalc was a huge success. More than 700,000 copies of the program were sold. It was almost single-handedly responsible for the success of the apple ii personal computer. By 1984, it disappeared when IBM launched lotus 1-2-3, an integrated program that combines analytical graphics and database management with what is clearly a clone of VisiCalc  spreadsheet.

Many innovations did come out, especially during the 90’s when the development of microchips was unstoppable, and there was rapid development in various application programs. Finally, the year of GUI’s (graphical user interface) desktop arrived. The next decade Microsoft software king- bill gates, who gave birth to Microsoft office software such as Microsoft excel, which operates almost like lotus 1-2-3 but is much faster and more user-friendly. It works on a graphical desktop environment with its electronic output device companion the witty-mouse.

Elements of the Electronic Spreadsheet

  • ROW-is a horizontal block of cells running across the breadth of the spreadsheet. Rows are numbered sequentially from the top.
  • COLUMN-is a vertical block of cells identified by a unique alphabetical letter.
  • WORKSHEET-is made up of rows and columns where you enter labels, numbers, and formulas. It contains 256 columns with alphabet headings and 65,536 numbered rows.
  • CELL-is the rectangle formed by rows and columns. The combination of the column letter and the row number is called cell reference or cell address. You might notice a rectangular highlight that indicates the location on-screen of the active cell. This is called active cell indicator.
  • WORKBOOK-is also called the file. It contains multiple worksheets and chart sheets. You can switch between worksheets within a workbook easily. You can also name the sheets separately to easily distinguish them from one another.
  • RANGE– is a block of selected cells. It is also a selection of multiple cells.
  • CELL CONTENT– is any data entered into the cell. This can be numbers, letters, formulas, date, and time.
  • DATABASE-is a collection of related information about a subject organized in a useful manner.



  • After opening a chosen program, a window will appear.
  • A Window is a rectangular area, which is framed by a border that displays data, programs, files, documents or information about the application.

What are the parts of a WINDOW?

  • Application Icon – once this icon is clicked, a menu will appear. This menu displays commands used to control the window.
  • Title Bar – this part of the window shows the name of the program or document.
  • Minimize Button – this reduces the window into a small button on the task bar.
  • Maximize Button – this enlarges the window to its fullest size on the screen.
  • Close – Button – this exits or closes a application window.
  • Restore Button – this only appears when the window is at its biggest size. Click this button to resize the window back to its original size.
  • Menu Bar – this is found below the title bar. It contains options or commands that can be used in working with the program.
  • Toolbars – these are found below the menu bar. The commands are represented by icons that one can find and use these commands easily.
  • Scroll Bars – these are found at the right side or bottom of the windows. These bars are used when the entire document does not fit the window or the screen.
  • Status Bar – this is found at the bottom part of the window. This contains information about what is the standing or situation of any object chosen in the program.

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