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The process of finding and correcting errors in a worksheet is called ____. Select one: a. searching and replacing b. verifying c. debugging d. validating
The process of finding and correcting errors in a worksheet is called Debugging.
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The process of finding and correcting errors in a worksheet is
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INSERT key on the keyboard toggles between Insert mode and Overtype mode.

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