Keyboard shortcuts are awesome.
By using keyboard shortcuts, you can not only increase your speed but you can also increase your efficiency and productivity.
So today, I’ll show you my favorite keyboard shortcuts for Excel.
You can learn these shortcuts to drive your skill to next level. And, I am sure you will love each and every shortcut listed here.
So, let’s get started.
To adjust zoom in your worksheet, you can use Alt + W + Q + C.
This will give you a pop-up window to adjust the zoom. You can either define a custom magnification or you can use a pre-defined magnification.
If want to convert your normal excel window into a full-screen distraction free window, you can use Atl + V + U.
To get back to your normal window just press ESC.
This is my favorite one.
You can use Alt + = to quickly sum values.
With this shortcut, you can sum upper cells and cells which are on the left side from your active cell.
To convert your normal range into a formatted table use Ctrl + T. Just select any of the cells of your data & use this shortcut key.
To minimize your currently open excel window, use Alt + Space + N. You can also use this shortcut in all Microsoft office applications.
To select the precedent and dependent cells of your active cell, you can use Ctrl + [ & Ctrl + ] respectively.
To insert a comment in your active cell, you can use Shift + F2. This will insert a new cell comment into the cell. You can also edit your comment using this shortcut key.
To insert a new pivot table, just click one of the cells for which you want to create a pivot table & use Alt + N + V (> Microsoft Excel 2010) & Alt + N + V +T (other versions).
Use Alt + H + O + T to change the worksheet tab color. This will give you a pop-up to select a color for the active worksheet tab.
To use flash fill, shortcut key is Ctrl + E.
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