Excel Keyboard Shortcuts

One way to be more productive with Excel is to learn some of the keyboard shortcuts. There are tons, but don’t let that stop you from trying. It doesn’t take long to master a shortcut. It should be a fun and nerdy experience. Download my favorite Excel Keyboard Shortcuts document.

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Click here for the Excel shortcuts download in a .pdf format.

Click here for the Excel shortcuts download in a .docx format.

Question: What is your favorite Excel keyboard shortcut?

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13 Responses to Excel Keyboard Shortcuts

  1. Mark Hutchison says:

    Good tips here, thanks!

  2. Jesse Larcom says:

    Do you know shortcuts for Mac?

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  5. Dawn Dewees says:

    Great Excel class today. I learned so much and it’s really going to hlep me with my job! I now have a copy of these short cuts as well on my cork boad as well!

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