Excel Glossary: C
cell: The intersection of a column and row in the worksheet.
cell address: The cell identifier, determined by its column letter(s) followed by the row number, as in cell A1, the very first cell of each worksheet at the intersection of column A and row 1.
cell comment: An electronic version of a sticky note that you can add to a cell but that does not print.
cell cursor: The black border that surrounds the active cell in a worksheet.
clip art: Readymade drawings, illustrations, and photos offered by Microsoft for use in Microsoft Office applications.
command buttons: Graphical or text buttons located in groups on Excel 2007's Ribbon that you select to perform a particular action or to open a gallery from which you can click a particular thumbnail.
Compatibility Checker: A utility in Excel 2007 and 2010 that you use to find potential compatibility issues if you plan to save an Excel workbook file in the older Excel 97–2003 file format.
conditional formatting: A feature that enables you to have Excel 2007 change the appearance of your cell data if certain conditions (that you specify) are met.
current cell: The worksheet cell that contains the cell cursor. Each worksheet can have only one current cell.