Excel shortcuts

How to use the Excel cut cell value shortcut

If you're like most people, you probably use the mouse to select cells in Excel. But did you know that you can use the keyboard to quickly select cells as well?

The Excel cut cell value shortcut is a great way to quickly select cells without using the mouse. Here's how it works:

1. Select the cell you want to cut.

2. Press and hold the Shift key.

3. While holding the Shift key, press the F8 key.

4. The cell you selected should now be highlighted. You can now release the Shift key.

5. Press the Enter key to cut the cell value.

You can also use this shortcut to quickly select multiple cells. Just follow the steps above, but instead of pressing the Enter key, press and hold the Ctrl key while you press the arrow keys on your keyboard. This will allow you to select multiple cells. When you're done, just release the Ctrl key and press the Enter key to cut the cell values.

You can also use this shortcut to quickly select an entire column or row. Just follow the steps above, but instead of pressing the Enter key, press and hold the Shift key while you press the arrow keys on your keyboard. This will allow you to select an entire column or row. When you're done, just release the Shift key and press the Enter key to cut the cell values.

This shortcut is a great way to quickly select cells without using the mouse. Give it a try the next time you're working in Excel!

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