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181 . In MS-Excel to create a formula, you first
A. Select the cell you want to place the formula into
B. Type the equals sign (=) to tell MS-Excel that you're about to enter a formula
C. Enter the formula using any input values and the appropriate mathematical operators that make up your formula
D. Choose the new command from the file menu

182 . In MS-Excel To select several cells or ranges that are not touching each other, you would . . . while selecting
A. hold down the Ctrl key
B. hold down the Shift key
C. hold down the Alt key
D. None of these

183 . In MS-Excel the following displays the contents of the active cell
A. Active cell
B. Formula bar
C. Menu bar
D. None of these

184 . In MS-Excel A certain spreadsheet shows in Page Break Preview that cells in Rows 1-25 have white background. The cells in row 26 that contain data have a dark grey background, when you click the Print
A. nothing will print because some cells with data have been omitted
B. only the cells with gray background will print
C. the whole sheet will print
D. only the cells with white background will print

185 . In MS-Excel to select a column the easiest method is to
A. Double click any cell in the column
B. Drag from the top cell in the column to the last cell in the column
C. Click the column heading
D. Both (a) & (b)