C. These tools are for inserting elements from other Microsoft products, like Bing Maps, pre_built information cards about People (from Microsoft accounts only), and add_ins from their store.
C. Spreadsheet Work Area: By default the work area is a grid. Along the top are column headers A through Z (and beyond), and along the left side are numbered row headers. Each rectangle in the spreadsheet is called a cell, and they are each named according to their column letter and row number. For example, the cell selected here is A3.
F. Slicers are big lists of buttons that make your data more interactive. You can select a PivotTable youve created, and then create a slicer from it _ this allows a viewer to click on buttons that correlate to the data they want to filter.
D. Use these tools to create charts and graphs. Most of them work only if you select one or more data sets (numbers only, with words for headers or categories). Charts and graphs function like youd expect _ just select the data you want to visualize, then select your desired type of visual (bar charts, scatter plots, pie charts, or line graphs). Creating one will bring up formatting options where you can change the color, labels, and more.