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The Excel Group Columns Shortcut You Need to Know

If you're like most Excel users, you probably spend a lot of time working with data in columns. And if you're working with a lot of data, you know that it can be a real pain to have to scroll back and forth to see all of the information you need. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to quickly and easily group columns together so you could see everything at once?

Well, there is! The Excel Group Columns shortcut is a great way to quickly group together data so you can see everything at once. Here's how it works:

1. Select the columns you want to group together. You can do this by clicking on the column header of the first column you want to select, then holding down the Shift key and clicking on the column header of the last column you want to select.

2. Once you have the columns selected, press the Alt + Shift + G keys on your keyboard. This will open the Group Columns dialog box.

3. In the Group Columns dialog box, you can choose how you want the columns to be grouped together. You can choose to group them by position, by value, or by label. For this example, we'll choose to group the columns by position.

4. Once you've chosen how you want to group the columns, click the OK button. This will group the columns together.

5. You can now see all of the data in the columns you selected. To ungroup the columns, simply press the Alt + Shift + G keys again. This will open the Group Columns dialog box and you can click the Ungroup button.

That's all there is to it! The Excel Group Columns shortcut is a great way to quickly group together data so you can see everything at once. Give it a try the next time you're working with data in columns and see how much time it saves you.

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