#LEARN – Excel Shortcut Keys

If you make use of microsoft excel, there are numerous shortcuts that can be used to easy your work. By making use of them, it adds value to you as a skill and it actually makes your work pretty smart and show that you are efficient for the 21st Century white-cola Jobs.

Below is a listing of all the major shortkeys in Microsoft Excel.

Shortcut KeysDescription
F2Edit the selected cell.
F5Goto a specific cell. For example, C6.
F7Spell check selected text and/or document.
F11Create chart.
Ctrl + Shift + ;Enter the current time.
Ctrl + ;Enter the current date.
Alt + Shift + F1Insert New Worksheet.
Shift + F3Open the Excel formula window.
Shift + F5Bring up search box.
Ctrl + ASelect all contents of the worksheet.
Ctrl + BBold highlighted selection.
Ctrl + IItalic highlighted selection.
Ctrl + KInsert link.
Ctrl + UUnderline highlighted selection.
Ctrl + 5Strikethrough highlighted selection.
Ctrl + PBring up the print dialog box to begin printing.
Ctrl + ZUndo last action.
Ctrl + F9Minimize current window.
Ctrl + F10Maximize currently selected window.
Ctrl + F6Switch between open workbooks / windows.
Ctrl + Page upMove between Excel work sheets in the same Excel document.
Ctrl + Page downMove between Excel work sheets in the same Excel document.
Ctrl + TabMove 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 + SpaceSelect entire column.
Shift + SpaceSelect entire row.
Please share the ones that you know that are not contained here

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