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The Best Keyboard Shortcuts for Deleting Rows in Excel on a Mac

If you're a Mac user, you know that there are certain keyboard shortcuts that make life a lot easier. The same is true when it comes to using Microsoft Excel. If you find yourself frequently deleting rows in Excel, there are a few keyboard shortcuts that can make the process a lot quicker and easier.

The first keyboard shortcut to know is Command+Option+Shift+K. This shortcut will delete the entire row that your cursor is currently on. So, if you have a row that you want to delete, simply place your cursor on that row and hit the aforementioned shortcut keys. The row will be deleted instantly.

If you only want to delete certain cells within a row, or if you want to delete multiple rows at once, you can use the Command+Shift+K shortcut. This shortcut will delete all of the cells that are currently selected. So, if you have a row that you want to delete, simply select the cells within that row that you want to delete and hit the Command+Shift+K shortcut. All of the selected cells will be deleted instantly.

If you want to delete multiple rows at once, you can use the Command+Option+K shortcut. This shortcut will delete all of the rows that are currently selected. So, if you have multiple rows that you want to delete, simply select the rows that you want to delete and hit the Command+Option+K shortcut. All of the selected rows will be deleted instantly.

As you can see, there are a few different keyboard shortcuts that can be used to delete rows in Excel on a Mac. Each shortcut has its own purpose, so it's important to know which one to use in each situation. With a little practice, you'll be deleting rows like a pro in no time!

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