The Best Shortcut Keys in Microsoft Excel
by AccountingWeb on
|Ctrl+C Enter, Ctrl+V Ctrl+X||Copy, Paste, Multiple Paste, Cut|
|Ctrl+F, Ctrl+H||Find, Find&Replace|
|Ctrl+P, Ctrl+S, Ctrl+F4, Alt+F4||Print, Save, Close, Close Excel|
|Ctrl+Arrow||Move to edge of region|
|Ctrl+*||Select current region|
|Ctrl+A||Select all cells|
|Ctrl+Home Ctrl+End||Select A1, Select last cell in used range|
|Ctrl+Shift+End||Select from active cell to last cell in used range.|
|Ctrl+Shift+Home||Select from active cell to A1|
|Ctrl+Page Down Ctrl+Page Up||Move to the next sheet, Move to the previous sheet|
|Ctrl+Tab||Move to next open workbook|
|Ctrl+N||Open new workbook|
|Shift+F11||Insert new worksheet|
|Shift+F3||Paste function window|
|=+FunctionName+Ctrl+A||Insert new function|
|Ctrl+F3, F3||Define name, Paste name|
|Ctrl+Spacebar Shift+Spacebar||Select columns, Select rows|
|Ctrl+1, Ctrl+B, Ctrl+U||Format cells, Bold, Underline|
|Ctrl+; , Ctrl+shift+:||Current date, Current time|
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