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The shortened term for threedimensional, which refers to an image that appears to have all three spatial dimensions length, width, and depth.
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Absolute Cell Reference  A cell reference that refers to cells by their fixed position in a worksheet; this remains the same when the formula is copied. 
Axis  A line that serves as a frame of reference for measurement and which borders the chart plot area. 
Base  The starting point; used in calculating the rate of increase, which is the amount of increase divided by the base. 
Bevel  A shape effect that uses shading and shadows to make the edges of a shape appear to be curved or angled. 
Category Axis  The area along the bottom of a chart that identifies the categories of data; also referred to as the xaxis. 
Chart Area  The entire chart and all of its elements. 
Enterprise fund  A municipal government fund that reports income and expenditures related to municipal services for which a fee is charged in exchange for goods or services. 
Chart Sheet  A workbook sheet that contains only a chart. 
Data Marker  A column, bar, area, dot, pie slice, or other symbol in a chart that represents a single data point; related data points form a data series. 
Data Point  A value that originates in a worksheet cell and that is represented in a chart by a data marker. 
Data Series  Related data points represented by data markers; each data series has a unique color or pattern represented in the chart legend. 
Explode  The action of pulling out one or more pie slices from a pie chart for emphasis. 
Google Docs  Google’s free, webbased word processor, spreadsheet, slide show, and form service, that along with free data storage, is known as Google Drive. 
Formula AutoComplete  An Excel feature which, after typing an equal sign and the beginning letter or letters of a function name, displays a list of functions names that match the typed letters. 
Fund  A sum of money set aside for a specific purpose. 
General Fund  The term used to describe money set aside for the normal operating activities of a government entity such as a city.
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Goal Seek  One of Excel's WhatIf Analysis tools that provides a method to find a specific value for a cell by adjusting the value of one other cell find the right input when you know the result you want. 
Legend  A chart element that identifies the patterns or colors that are assigned to the categories in the chart. 
Line Chart  A chart type that is useful to display trends over time; time displays along the bottom axis and the data point values are connected with a line. 
Major Unit  A number that determines the spacing between tick marks and between the gridlines in the plot area. 
Order of Operations  The mathematical rules for performing multiple calculations within a formula. 
Percent for New Value= Base Percent + Percent of Increase  The formula for calculating a percentage by which a value increases by adding the base percentage usually 100% to the percent increase. 
Percentage Rate of Increase  The percent by which one number increase over another number. 
Pie chart  A chart that shows the relationship of each part to a whole. 
Plot Area  The area bounded by the axes of a chart, including all the data series. 
Rate = Amount of Increase/Base  The mathematical formula to calculate a rate of increase. 
Relative Cell Reference  In a formula, the address of a cell based on the relative position of the cell that contains the formula and the cell referred to. 
Value After Increase = Base x Percent for New Value  The formula for calculating the value after an increase by multiplying the original value the base by the percent for new value. 
Value Axis  A numerical scale on the left side of a chart that shows the range of numbers for data point; also referred to as the yaxis. 
Whatif Analysis  The process of changing the values in cells to see how those changes affect the outcome of formulas in a worksheet. 
XAxis  Another name for the horizontal axis. 
YAxis  Another name for the vertical axis.
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Google Drive  Google’s free webbased word processor, spreadsheet, slide show, and form service, that includes free data storage. 

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