Class 10 IT Unit 2- Electronic Spreadsheet Book Solution
Class 10 IT Unit 2- Electronic Spreadsheet Important Questions – These Notes are as per latest CBSE Class 10 Information Technology Syllabus.
- SESSION 2: LINK DATA AND SPREADSHEET
- SESSION 3: SHARING WORKSHEET DATA
- SESSION 4: CREATE AND USE MACROS IN SPREADSHEET
SESSION 2: LINK DATA AND SPREADSHEET
Question 1. How can we rename a worksheet?
Answer: There are three ways you can rename a worksheet:-
1.Double-click on one of the existing worksheet names.
2. Right-click on an existing worksheet name, then choose Rename from the resulting Context menu.
3. Select the worksheet you want to rename (click on the worksheet tab) and then select the Sheet option from the Format menu. This displays a submenu from which you should select the Rename option.
Question 2: What are the two ways of referencing cells in other worksheets?
Answer: Two ways to reference cells in other sheets: by entering the formula directly using the keyboard or by using the mouse.
Question 3: Differentiate between relative and absolute hyperlinks.
Answer: Hyperlinks can be used in Calc to jump to a different location from within a spreadsheet. Hyperlinks can be stored within your file as either relative or absolute.
An absolute link will stop working only if the target is moved. A relative link will stop working only if the start and target locations change relative to each other. For instance, if you have two spreadsheets in the same folder linked to each other and you move the entire folder to a new location, a relative hyperlink will not break.
Question 4: List the procedure involved in Linking HTML Tables to Calc Worksheet?
Answer: You can insert tables from HTML documents, and data located within named ranges from an OpenOffice.org Calc or Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, into a Calc spreadsheet
You can do this in two ways: using the External Data dialog or using the Navigator.
Using the External Data dialog:
- Open the Calc worksheet where the external data is to be inserted. This is the target worksheet.
- Select the cell where the upper left-hand cell of the external data is to be inserted.
- Choose Insert -> Link to External Data.
- On the External Data dialog, type the URL of the source worksheet or click the […] button to open a file selection dialog. Press Enter to get Calc to load the list of available tables.
- In the Available tables/range list, select the named ranges or tables you want to insert. You can also specify that the ranges or tables are updated every (number of) seconds.
- Click OK to close this dialog and insert the linked data.
Fill up the blanks:
a. At the bottom of each worksheet window is a small tab that indicates the ______ of the worksheets in the workbook.
b. A _____ refers to a cell or a range of cells on a worksheet and can be used to find the values or data that you want formula to calculate.
Answer: Cell Reference.
SESSION 3: SHARING WORKSHEET DATA
Question 1: What is the purpose of adding comments?
Answer: Calc automatically adds to any recorded change a comment describing what was changed (for example, Cell B4 changed from ‘9’ to ‘4’). Reviewers and authors can add their comments to explain their changes.
Question 2 How can we add comments to the changes made?
Answer: To add a comment to a change:
1.Make the change to the spreadsheet.
2. Select the cell with the change.
3. Choose Edit > Changes > Comments. The dialog shown below appears. The automatically-added comment provided by Calc appears in the title bar of this dialog and cannot be edited.
4. Type your own comment and click OK.
State True/ False
a. Original author of the Worksheet can accept or reject changes made by other users.
Fill up the blanks
a. Spreadsheet software allows the user to share the workbook and place it in the_ location where several users can access.
b. Spreadsheet software can find the changes by ___ Sheets.
SESSION 4: CREATE AND USE MACROS IN SPREADSHEET
Question 1: What are Macros?
Answer: A macro is a saved sequence of commands or keystrokes that are stored for later use. Macros are especially useful to repeat a task the same way over and over again.
Question 2: How can we record a Macro?
Answer: Steps to record a Macro:
- Use Tools > Macros > Record Macro to start the macro recorder. The Record Macro dialog is displayed with a stop recording button.
- Perform the action which you want to record.
- Click Stop Recording to stop the macro recorder. The OpenOffice.org Basic Macros dialog opens in which you can save and run the macro.
Fill up the blank
a. Macros are useful to _ a task the same way over and over again.