Ribbon: The Ribbon is located at the top of the Excel window and consists of tabs, each containing various commands organized into groups. It provides access to all the features and functionalities of Excel, such as formatting, formulas, data manipulation, and more.
File tab: Located in the top-left corner of the Excel window, the File tab opens the Backstage view, where you can access options for creating, saving, opening, printing, and sharing Excel files. It also includes settings for customizing Excel preferences.
Quick Access Toolbar: The Quick Access Toolbar is positioned above the Ribbon or below the File tab. It contains commonly used commands such as Save, Undo, Redo, and Print Preview. Users can customize this toolbar by adding or removing commands according to their preferences.
Formula Bar: The Formula Bar appears below the Ribbon and displays the contents of the selected cell. It allows you to enter or edit formulas, text, or numeric data. The Formula Bar also shows the active cell reference or range being edited.
Columns and Rows: Excel uses a grid system consisting of columns (labeled with letters) and rows (labeled with numbers). Columns are vertical and provide a way to organize and reference data horizontally, while rows are horizontal and allow for organizing and referencing data vertically.
Worksheet Tabs: Excel workbooks can contain multiple worksheets, and the worksheet tabs are located at the bottom of the Excel window. By clicking on these tabs, you can switch between different sheets within the same workbook. The default name for worksheets is Sheet1, Sheet2, etc., but you can rename them as needed.
Cell Grid: The cell grid is the main area where you enter and display data in Excel. Each cell is identified by a unique combination of column and row references, such as A1, B3, etc. You can enter text, numbers, dates, formulas, and apply formatting to the cells based on your requirements.
Status Bar: The Status Bar is located at the bottom of the Excel window. It provides information about the current status of the workbook and displays various indicators such as the average, sum, or count of selected cells, the progress of ongoing operations, and the status of certain Excel features like Caps Lock, Num Lock, etc.
Zoom Control: The Zoom control is situated in the bottom-right corner of the Excel window. It allows you to adjust the zoom level to view the worksheet content more clearly. You can zoom in to see details or zoom out to see a broader view of the data.