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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

MS Excel Shortcut Keys

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In our last post we have shared the shortcut keys for Microsoft Word. We've got really good response for that post. Some people asked us to post the shortcut keys of Microsoft Excel too as now a days banks are Now here we are posting the list of shortcut keys for Microsoft Excel too as now a days bank exams are asking more questions from that area. So, in this post we are posting the shortcut keys for MS Excel. Prepare well and please don't be confused among the shortcut keys of MS Word and MS Excel. Happy Reading :)

Shortcut Keys
Description
F2
To Edit the selected cell.
F5
Go to a specific cell. For example, C6.
F7
Spell check selected text or document.
F11
Create chart.
Ctrl + Shift + ;
Enter the current time.
Ctrl + ;
Enter the current date.
Alt + Shift + F1
Insert New Worksheet.
Shift + F3
Open the Excel formula window.
Shift + F5
Bring up search box.
Ctrl + A
Select all contents of the worksheet.
Ctrl + B
Bold highlighted selection.
Ctrl + I
Italic highlighted selection.
Ctrl + K
Insert link.
Ctrl + U
Underline highlighted selection.
Ctrl + 5
Strikethrough highlighted selection.
Ctrl + P
Bring up the print dialog box to begin printing.
Ctrl + Z
Undo last action.
Ctrl + F9
Minimize current window.
Ctrl + F10
Maximize currently selected window.
Ctrl + F6
Switch between open workbooks or windows.
Ctrl + Page up
Move between Excel work sheets in the same Excel document.
Ctrl + Page down
Move between Excel work sheets in the same Excel document.
Ctrl + Tab
Move between Two or more open Excel files.
Alt + =
Create a formula to sum all of the above cells
Ctrl + '
Insert the value of the above cell into cell currently selected.
Ctrl + Shift + !
Format number in comma format.
Ctrl + Shift + $
Format number in currency format.
Ctrl + Shift + #
Format number in date format.
Ctrl + Shift + %
Format number in percentage format.
Ctrl + Shift + ^
Format number in scientific format.
Ctrl + Shift + @
Format number in time format.
Ctrl + Arrow key
Move to next section of text.
Ctrl + Space
Selects entire Column.
Shift + Space
Selects the entire Row.

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