In a spreadsheet, a rectangular group of cells that is treated as a unit for a given operation.
A colon inserted between two cell references.
a block of cells that can be selected, manipulated, named, or formatted as a group
a cell or number of cells
a group of cells that form a rectangular block of adjacent cells in a worksheet
a group of cells that form a rectangular group of adjacent cells in a Workbook
a group of cells that forms a rectangular group of adjacent cells in a worksheet
an object within a worksheet object
a number of cells clumped together around an area that contains some steel benches and tables that are connected to the floor
a rectangle of cells
a specified group of cells
A selection of cells
Two or more cells on a sheet. The cells in a range can be adjacent or nonadjacent. hangii View
A set of adjacent cells. The range reference has the form C3:E6 and refers to cells in the rectangle with C3 and E6 at opposite corners: C3, C4, C5, C6, D3, D4, D5, D6, E3, E4, E5, E6.
In a spreadsheet, a defined block of cells. Rather than performing calculations on each cell individually, you can apply a formula to the whole range.
A cell or a rectangular group of adjacent cells in a spreadsheet.