F. Sheet Tabs: This is where the different sheets in your workbook can be found. Each sheet gets its own tab, which you can name yourself. These can be useful to separate out data so that one sheet doesnt get too overwhelming. For example, you might have an annual budget, where each month is a column, and each row is a type of expense. Instead of keeping every single year you track on one sheet and scrolling horizontally, you can make each tab a different year containing 12 months only.
The Format paintbrush copies everything related to the formatting of a selected cell. When you select a cell and click Format, you can then highlight a whole range of cells, and each one will take on the formatting of the original cell, without changing their values.
J. This section lets you insert Equations and Symbols. Use equations to write a math equation with fractions, variables, and more that you can place in your sheet like a Text Box. For instance, this can be helpful for explaining how a portion of a table was calculated in a report. Symbols, on the other hand, can be inserted directly into cells, and include all non_standard characters from most languages, as well as emojis.
The Clear button lets you either clear the value, or just clear cell formatting.