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User: ____ refers to cells not wide enough to display the entire entry.

User: Using the mouse to move or copy cells is called _____

User: To open format cells dialog box with the alignment sheet active, click the Format Cells _____.

User: _____ the Format Painter button and then drag through the nonadjacent ranges to paint the formats to the ranges.

User: A pie chart with one or more slices offset is called _____

User: The _____ Auto Fill Option that fills the destination area using the format o the source area; no content is filled.

User: You should use a _____ chart to show the relationship or proportion if parts to a whole.

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Asked 7/9/2013 8:33:46 PM
Updated 9/11/2013 12:18:43 PM
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# # # # # refers to cells not wide enough to display the entire entry.
Added 9/11/2013 11:59:52 AM
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Using the mouse to move or copy cells is called drag and drop.
Added 9/11/2013 12:01:24 PM
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To open format cells dialog box with the alignment sheet active, click the Format Cells Dialog Box Launcher.
Added 9/11/2013 12:04:24 PM
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Double-click the Format Painter button and then drag through the nonadjacent ranges to paint the formats to the ranges.
Added 9/11/2013 12:07:05 PM
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A pie chart with one or more slices offset is called an exploded Pie chart.
Added 9/11/2013 12:11:13 PM
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The Fill Formatting Only Auto Fill Options that fills the destination area using the format of the source area; no content is filled.
Added 9/11/2013 12:15:52 PM
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You should use a Pie chart to show the relationship or proportion if parts to a whole.
Added 9/11/2013 12:18:43 PM
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