17. A rectangular range of cells with headings to describe the cells' contents is referred to as a
A. table.
B. complex formula.
C. sparkline.
D. bar chart.

17. A rectangular range of cells with headings to describe the cells' contents is referred to as a
A. table.
B. complex formula.
C. sparkline.
D. bar chart.

17. A rectangular range of cells with headings to describe the cells' contents is referred to as a A. table. B. complex formula. C. sparkline. D. bar chart.

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User: 17. A rectangular range of cells with headings to describe the cells' contents is referred to as a
A. table.
B. complex formula.
C. sparkline.
D. bar chart.

Weegy: A rectangular range of cells with headings to describe the cells' contents is referred to as a TABLE. jtj_hello|Points 416|

User: 19. John wants to see the formulas he has used in his spreadsheet but he does not want to see the results of the formulas. How does he display his formulas?
A. Click on Trace Precedents.
B. Click Evaluate Formulas.
C. Click on Show Formulas.
D. Click Print Formulas

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