The Microsoft Excel Window includes the following components:
Rows are referenced by the numbers.
Columns are referenced by the alphabets.
A cell is an intersection of a row and a column. Cells can contain various types of data. A cell is referenced by the name of the column and row. For example, the first cell A1 is in column A and row 1.
A worksheet contains rows and columns and their intersection forms the cells. A worksheet consists of 65,536 rows and 256 columns.
A workbook consists of worksheets. It is also referred to as an Excel file. A workbook can be defined as a set of worksheets.