# How to Input Data and Refer to Cells

##### Entering data and creating objects
[size=100]In GeoGebra’s [i]Spreadsheet View[/i] every cell has a specific name that allows you to directly address each cell.[br][u]Example[/u]: The cell in column [i]A[/i] and row [i]1[/i] is named [b]A1[/b].[br][br]You may use the [i]Spreadsheet [/i]cells in order to create mathematical objects that are directly displayed in the [i]Graphics View[/i] (e.g. points).[br][br][b]Task 1[/b][br][/size][table][tr][td][size=100]1.﻿[/size][/td][td][center][size=100][b]A1[/b][/size][/center][/td][td][size=100]﻿[font=Arial]Enter the number [/font][code]10 [/code]into cell [b]A1[/b].[br][u]Hint[/u]: Always confirm your input by pressing the [i]Enter[/i] key.[/size][/td][/tr][tr][td][size=100]﻿2.[/size][/td][td][center][size=100][b]B1﻿[/b][/size][/center][/td][td][size=100]﻿Enter the coordinates [code](-2, 2) [/code]into cell [b]B1[/b].[br][u]Note[/u]: The point [i]B1 = (-2, 2)[/i] is automatically shown in the [i]Graphics View[/i].[/size][/td][/tr][tr][td][size=100]3.[br][/size][/td][td][size=100][icon]/images/ggb/toolbar/mode_move.png[/icon][br][/size][/td][td][size=100]Select the [i]Move[/i] tool and drag point [i]B1[/i] in the [i]Graphics View[/i]. [br][u]Note[/u]: The [i]Spreadsheet View [/i]shows the current position of point [i]B1 [/i]in cell [b]B1[/b][i][/i].[br][/size][/td][/tr][tr][td][size=100]4.[br][/size][/td][td][size=100][icon]/images/ggb/toolbar/mode_delete.png[/icon][br][/size][/td][td][size=100]Delete the content of cell [b]B1[/b].[/size][/td][/tr][/table]