Chapter 2Lesson 4 Terms
Exercise 28
Table  A grid comprised of horizontal rows and vertical columns into which you can enter data.
Column  A vertical series of cells in a table.
Row  Markers on the horizontal ruler that indicate column borders.
Border  A line drawn around the edges of an element, such as a table or a table cell. Borders can also be drawn around paragraphs and pages.
Gridlines  Nonprinting lines that can be displayed around cells in a table.
End of row/cell marks  Nonprinting character used to mark the end of a cell or a row in a table.
Cell  The rectangular area at the intersection of a column and a row in a table, into which you enter data.
Exercise 29
Column width  The width of a column in a table, measured in inches.
Row height  The height of a row in a table, measured in inches.
Exercise 30
Merge  Combine multiple adjacent cells together to create one large cell.
Split  Divide one cell into multiple cells, either vertically to create columns or horizontally to create rows.
Exercise 31
Spreadsheet  An application used for setting up mathematical calculations, such as Microsoft's Excel.
Function  A builtin formula for performing calculations, such as addition, in a table.
Formula  A mathematical equation.
Field  A placeholder used to insert information that changes, such as the date, the time, a page number, or the results of a calculation.
Line style  The appearance of a line.
Line weight  The thickness of a line.
Shading  A color or pattern used to fill the background of a cell.
