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Data
Data consists of numbers, words, sounds and images which have no particular meaning attached to them. For example 10082006. Once you are shown these same numbers in the format of 10/08/2006, you realise that they are a date, at which point they cha
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Vlookup
A spreadsheet term. Short for 'Vertical Lookup'. In spreadsheets it is very common to want to 'look up' one thing against another. For example, you may want to look up the price of a certain product. This what a vlookup function does - it allows you
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Bluetooth
Bluetooth is the name given to a radio technology which allows signals to be transmitted wirelessly over short distances between telephones, computers and devices.
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Bitmap
This is an file format for digital images. A Bitmap image is made up of a large number of dots or pixels which look like a picture as long as you are sitting a reasonable distance away from the screen. As soon as you zoom in close or enlarge the imag
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Carbon Copy
An emailing term. A carbon copy or "cc" are those people who are not directly involved with the email but they need to see it for information purposes. For example, you may send an email to a colleague using the 'To' field, then you may 'cc' a copy f
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A spreadsheet term. Short for 'Vertical Lookup'. In spreadsheets it is very common to want to 'look up' one thing against another. For example, you may want to look up the price of a certain product. This what a vlookup function does - it allows you

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Vlookup

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Bluetooth is the name given to a radio technology which allows signals to be transmitted wirelessly over short distances between telephones, computers and devices.

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This is an file format for digital images. A Bitmap image is made up of a large number of dots or pixels which look like a picture as long as you are sitting a reasonable distance away from the screen. As soon as you zoom in close or enlarge the imag

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An emailing term. A carbon copy or "cc" are those people who are not directly involved with the email but they need to see it for information purposes. For example, you may send an email to a colleague using the 'To' field, then you may 'cc' a copy f

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