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Excel Grouping Shortcut: How to Group Data for Easy Analysis

If you work with data in Excel, you know how important it is to be able to group data together for easy analysis. The good news is that there is a shortcut in Excel that allows you to quickly group data together. In this article, we'll show you how to use the Excel grouping shortcut to make your data analysis easier.

The first thing you need to do is select the data that you want to group together. You can do this by clicking on the first cell in the range and then holding down the Shift key while you click on the last cell in the range. Once the data is selected, you can press the Ctrl + Shift + G keys on your keyboard to open the Grouping dialog box.

In the Grouping dialog box, you'll see a number of options that you can use to group your data. The most common way to group data is by rows or columns. You can also group data by dates, which is useful if you're working with data that spans multiple days, weeks, or months. Finally, you can group data by outline, which is useful if you want to create a hierarchy of data.

Once you've selected the way that you want to group your data, you can click on the OK button to group the data. You'll see that the data is now grouped together in the worksheet. You can collapse and expand the groups by clicking on the minus and plus signs next to the group. This is a great way to quickly see the data that you're interested in and to hide the data that you're not interested in.

If you want to ungroup your data, you can select the data and then press the Ctrl + Shift + U keys on your keyboard. This will ungroup the data and return it to its original state.

The Excel grouping shortcut is a great way to quickly group data together for easy analysis. Give it a try the next time you're working with data in Excel.

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