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The Best Keyboard Shortcuts for Editing Cells in Excel

If you're an Excel power user, you know that editing cells is a crucial part of working with spreadsheets. And if you're looking to save time, you know that keyboard shortcuts are your best friend. Here, we've compiled a list of the best keyboard shortcuts for editing cells in Excel.

To start, let's cover the basics. If you want to edit the contents of a cell, simply press F2. This will put the cell in edit mode, allowing you to make changes. Once you're done, you can press Enter to save your changes and exit edit mode.

If you want to quickly delete the contents of a cell, you can press Ctrl + -. This shortcut will delete the contents of the cell without putting the cell in edit mode.

If you want to quickly clear the formatting of a cell, you can press Ctrl + Shift + ~. This shortcut will remove all cell formatting, leaving the cell's contents intact.

If you want to quickly insert a new row above the current row, you can press Ctrl + Shift + +. This shortcut will insert a new row above the row you're currently on.

If you want to quickly insert a new column to the left of the current column, you can press Ctrl + Shift + +. This shortcut will insert a new column to the left of the column you're currently on.

If you want to quickly delete the current row, you can press Ctrl + -. This shortcut will delete the row you're currently on.

If you want to quickly delete the current column, you can press Ctrl + -. This shortcut will delete the column you're currently on.

If you want to quickly select the entire sheet, you can press Ctrl + A. This shortcut will select all cells in the sheet.

If you want to quickly select all cells in a row, you can press Shift + Space. This shortcut will select all cells in the row you're currently on.

If you want to quickly select all cells in a column, you can press Ctrl + Space. This shortcut will select all cells in the column you're currently on.

If you want to quickly select all cells in a range, you can press Shift + F8. This shortcut will allow you to select a range of cells by clicking and dragging.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell above it, you can press Ctrl + D. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell above it.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell to the left of it, you can press Ctrl + R. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell to the left of it.

If you want to quickly fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell above it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + D. This shortcut will fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell above it.

If you want to quickly fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell to the left of it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + R. This shortcut will fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell to the left of it.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell below it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + D. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell below it.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell to the right of it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + R. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell to the right of it.

If you want to quickly fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell below it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + D. This shortcut will fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell below it.

If you want to quickly fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell to the right of it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + R. This shortcut will fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell to the right of it.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell above it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + D. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell above it.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell to the left of it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + R. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell to the left of it.

If you want to quickly fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell above it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + D. This shortcut will fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell above it.

If you want to quickly fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell to the left of it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + R. This shortcut will fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell to the left of it.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell below it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + D. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell below it.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell to the right of it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + R. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell to the right of it.

If you want to quickly fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell below it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + D. This shortcut will fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell below it.

If you want to quickly fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell to the right of it, you can press Ctrl + Shift + R. This shortcut will fill a range of cells with the contents of the cell to the right of it.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell above it, you can press Ctrl + D. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell above it.

If you want to quickly fill a cell with the contents of the cell to the left of it, you can press Ctrl + R. This shortcut will fill the cell you're currently on with the contents of the cell to the left of it.</

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