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A computer is a machine that can be programmed to carry out sequences of arithmetic or logical operations automatically. Modern computers can perform generic sets of operations known as programs. These programs enable computers to perform a wide range of tasks.
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What is MS word

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dash and ram make up the primary memory of computer

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Wally Feurzeig, Seymour Papert, and Cynthia Solomon.

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You can split and merge cells in a table. Splitting cells is similar to adding a row or column, but it all takes place in one cell instead of a group of cells. Merging cells, however, is similar to deleting a cell and then adjoining it with a neighboring cell.

Splitting Cells in a Table

To split cells in a table, perform these tasks:

Place your mouse cursor in the cell you want to split.

Right-click and choose Cell, then Split Cell Horizontally or Split Cell Vertically, depending on whether you want to split the cell into two columns or rows.

Merging Cells in a Table

To merge cells in a table, perform these tasks:

Place your mouse cursor in the cell to merge.

Right-click and choose Cell, then Merge Right or Merge Down, depending on whether you want to merge the cell with the cell on its right or with the cell below it.

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Two ways of entering a cell reference in a formula:

a. Relative reference: In this method, reference to a cell is based on the position relative to the cell.
Example: A3 = A1 + A2

b. Mixed reference: In this type of reference, either row or column is fixed by placing a dollar sign ($) before it.
Example: A3 = $A1 + AS2 .

The difference between the two ways becomes visible when the formula is copied to other cells. In case of relative reference, the cell reference automatically gets changed whereas the fixed column or row remains unchanged in case of mixed reference.

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