After Microsoft Excel 2007, Anew rich look have been given to All MS Office Application with a style of Ribbons replacing drop-down menus and making it pretty easy to use for the End-User.
Excel Application Window is divided into different parts as described below:
Quick Access Toolbar:
Main toolbar in the Excel Sheet, where you can keep frequently used commands and formulas. Quick Access Toolbar is just below the Ribbon in Excel 2013
Rib is a new style of displaying Icons instead of Drop-down Toolbars after Excel 2003. This Ribbon will display icons based on the arrangement in different tabs.
Formula Bar is where you enter your formulas in a selected cell. You can edit and enter any formula inside the formula bar.
The Workspace or a Excel sheet is divided into Rows & Columns known as Cells. The Address of a cell is determined by the Column and Row number. If a cell is placed in Row 6 and column A then the address of the cell in that specific Spreadsheet will be A6.
Bar which show you the status of the current state of the worksheet and keeps you informed. You can also find Icons to Zoom In/Zoom Out, Page Break Preview, Page Layout and Normal view Options in the status bar.