Case-Based Critical Thinking Questions And Answers

 Question 1 1 out of 1 points Case-Based Critical Thinking Questions Case 5-1 You are a student who is new to the more advanced features of Excel. You have a lot of familiarity with ranges from an earlier Excel class, but you know that there is an alternative that will give you access to additional features that you do not have with a cell range. What is that option? Selected Answer: d. Convert the range to a table.  Question 2 1 out of 1 points Case-Based Critical Thinking Questions Case 5-1 You are a student who is new to the more advanced features of Excel. Which of the following is true about Excel tables (as opposed to structured ranges of data)? Selected Answer: c. You cannot freeze the top row of the worksheet.  Question 3 1 out of 1 points Case-Based Critical Thinking Questions Case 5-2 Cali has just discovered the power of using text filters to control which records display in his worksheet, and he has begun to use them often to find precisely the records he needs. The following questions are based on a camp directory table that includes First Name, Last Name, Date of Birth, Camp, and Phone Number. If Cali wants to find all of his campers named Cathy, Carla, and Carey, what should she do? Selected d.

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