Create an Excel Chart with the Push of a Button.
To quickly create a chart, using only your keyboard, select the data range you want to create a chart for and then press F11. Excel automatically creates the chart for you.
Select an Entire Range of Cells in Excel.
In Excel, if you want to quickly select the entire range of cells you're working on, press CTRL+SHIFT+ASTERISK(*).
For example, if you have a list of customers in Excel, this command will select the entire list and the column headings, but not the empty cells around the list—so you get only the cells you need. This tip is different from the Select All command, which selects every cell in the worksheet—even the ones that you are not using.
Find Your Place in Word Documents.
If you are working on a long document, it's easy to lose your place at the end of the day. With Microsoft Word documents, you can pick up where you left off in your last editing session because Word keeps track of the last three locations where you typed or edited text. Just press SHIFT+F5 immediately after opening your document, and the cursor will appear at the exact point where you last made a change. To reach the previous two editing locations, press SHIFT+F5 until you reach the location you want.
Quickly Move Between Multiple Excel Workbooks or Worksheets
When working with several Excel workbooks or worksheets (the individual pages in workbooks)at once, you can quickly move between them using shortcut keys.
- To move between open workbooks, press CTRL+TAB.
- To move to the next sheet in a workbook, press CTRL+PAGE DOWN.
- To move to the previous sheet in a workbook, press CTRL+PAGE UP.