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The Top 5 Excel Shortcuts for Inserting Multiple Rows

If you're like most Excel users, you probably spend a lot of time working with data in rows and columns. And if you're working with a lot of data, you probably need to insert multiple rows on a regular basis. Doing this manually can be time-consuming and frustrating, but there are a few simple shortcuts you can use to insert multiple rows quickly and easily.

Here are the top 5 Excel shortcuts for inserting multiple rows:

  1. To insert multiple rows at the top of your data, select the number of rows you want to insert, then press Ctrl+Shift++ (Windows) or Command+Shift++ (Mac).
  2. To insert multiple rows in the middle of your data, select the number of rows you want to insert, then press Ctrl++ (Windows) or Command++ (Mac).
  3. To insert multiple rows at the bottom of your data, select the number of rows you want to insert, then press Ctrl+Shift++ (Windows) or Command+Shift++ (Mac).
  4. To insert multiple rows above or below a selected cell, select the cell, then press Ctrl+Shift++ (Windows) or Command+Shift++ (Mac).
  5. To insert multiple rows between two existing rows of data, select the row above which you want to insert the new rows, then press Ctrl+Shift++ (Windows) or Command+Shift++ (Mac).

Using these shortcuts will save you a lot of time and frustration when inserting multiple rows in Excel. Give them a try the next time you need to insert multiple rows of data!

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