Julie Hickson | 1 December 2015
Essential Excel Keyboard Shortcuts You Must Know
Keyboard shortcuts can really improve your productivity for frequent users of Microsoft Excel. This article runs through some of the top Excel keyboard shortcuts you should know, helping you navigate Excel more quickly and saving you time.
Moves to the top or bottom cell of the current column.
Moves the cell furthest left or right in the current row.
Selects all cells containing data above or below the current cell.
Selects all cells containing data to the left or right of the current cell.
Control+Shift+8 or Control+*
Selects all cells in a range
Creates a new blank worksheet within your workbook.
Opens the cell for editing in the formula bar.
Navigates to cell A1
Navigates to the last cell which has been used.
Autosums the cells above the current cell
Insert a row or column
Delete a row or column
Insert the current date
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