Excel shortcuts

How to Use the Excel Go To Tab Shortcut

If you work with Microsoft Excel on a regular basis, you know that it can be quite tedious to constantly click back and forth between different tabs. Well, there is a shortcut that can be used in order to quickly go to a specific tab without having to click on it.

In order to use this shortcut, you will first need to make sure that the tabs are visible. To do this, you will need to go to the 'View' tab and then click on the 'Show/Hide' button. This will make all of the tabs visible so that you can see them. If they are not already visible, you will need to click on the 'View' tab and then click on the 'Show/Hide' button in order to make them visible.

Once the tabs are visible, you can then use the shortcut. In order to do this, you will need to hold down the 'Ctrl' key and then press the 'PgDn' key. This will take you to the next tab. If you want to go to the previous tab, you will need to hold down the 'Ctrl' key and then press the 'PgUp' key. You can also use the 'Ctrl+Tab' shortcut in order to quickly go to the next tab and the 'Ctrl+Shift+Tab' shortcut in order to quickly go to the previous tab.

If you know the name of the tab that you want to go to, you can also use the 'Ctrl+F' shortcut. This will bring up the 'Find and Replace' dialog box. In the 'Find what' field, you will need to type in the name of the tab that you want to go to. Once you have done this, you will need to click on the 'Find All' button. This will bring up a list of all of the tabs that have that name. You can then click on the tab that you want to go to and it will take you there.

If you want to go to a specific tab, you can also use the 'Ctrl+G' shortcut. This will bring up the 'Go To' dialog box. In the 'Reference' field, you will need to type in the name of the tab that you want to go to. You can also enter the number of the tab in this field. Once you have done this, you will need to click on the 'Go To' button and it will take you to that tab.

You can also use the 'F5' shortcut in order to go to a specific tab. This will bring up the 'Go To' dialog box. In the 'Reference' field, you will need to type in the name of the tab that you want to go to. You can also enter the number of the tab in this field. Once you have done this, you will need to click on the 'Go To' button and it will take you to that tab.

If you want to go to the first tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Home' shortcut. This will take you to the first tab. If you want to go to the last tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+End' shortcut. This will take you to the last tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+PgUp' shortcut in order to go to the first tab. This will take you to the first tab. If you want to go to the last tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+PgDn' shortcut. This will take you to the last tab.

You can also use the 'Alt+F8' shortcut in order to go to a specific tab. This will bring up the 'Macros' dialog box. In the 'Macro name' field, you will need to type in the name of the tab that you want to go to. Once you have done this, you will need to click on the 'Run' button and it will take you to that tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Shift+F6' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+F6' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Shift+Tab' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Tab' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Page Up' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Page Down' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Alt+Left Arrow' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Alt+Right Arrow' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Left Arrow' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Right Arrow' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Shift+F6' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'F6' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Shift+Tab' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Tab' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Page Up' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Page Down' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Alt+Left Arrow' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Alt+Right Arrow' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Left Arrow' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Right Arrow' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Shift+F6' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'F6' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Shift+Tab' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Tab' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Page Up' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Page Down' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Alt+Left Arrow' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Alt+Right Arrow' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Left Arrow' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Right Arrow' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Shift+F6' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'F6' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Shift+Tab' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Tab' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

You can also use the 'Ctrl+Page Up' shortcut in order to go to the previous tab. This will take you to the previous tab. If you want to go to the next tab, you can use the 'Ctrl+Page Down' shortcut. This will take you to the next tab.

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