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25 Excel Keyboard Shortcuts for Striking Through Text

If you work with Excel on a daily basis, then you know how important it is to be able to quickly and easily format your text. One of the most common things you'll need to do is strike through text. Whether you're marking something as completed, or want to draw attention to a particular word or phrase, striking through text is a great way to do it. And, with these 25 keyboard shortcuts, it's easier than ever!

1. Ctrl+5

This shortcut will strike through your selected text in Excel. Simply highlight the text you want to strike through, then press Ctrl+5 on your keyboard. That's it!

2. Ctrl+Shift+5

If you want to remove the strike through from your text, this shortcut is for you. Simply highlight the text with the strike through, then press Ctrl+Shift+5 on your keyboard. The strike through will be removed and your text will be back to normal.

3. Ctrl+1

If you want to quickly format your text with a strike through, this shortcut is for you. Simply highlight the text you want to format, then press Ctrl+1 on your keyboard. A menu will appear with various text formatting options. Select the "Strikethrough" option and your text will be struck through.

4. Ctrl+Shift+S

This shortcut will open the "Strikethrough" menu so you can quickly format your text with a strike through. Simply highlight the text you want to format, then press Ctrl+Shift+S on your keyboard. The "Strikethrough" menu will appear and you can select the desired option.

5. Ctrl+H

This shortcut will open the "Find and Replace" menu so you can quickly find and replace text in your Excel document. Simply press Ctrl+H on your keyboard. The "Find and Replace" menu will appear and you can enter the text you want to find and replace.

6. Ctrl+F

This shortcut will open the "Find" menu so you can quickly find text in your Excel document. Simply press Ctrl+F on your keyboard. The "Find" menu will appear and you can enter the text you want to find.

7. Ctrl+G

This shortcut will open the "Go To" menu so you can quickly go to a specific cell in your Excel document. Simply press Ctrl+G on your keyboard. The "Go To" menu will appear and you can enter the cell you want to go to.

8. Ctrl+O

This shortcut will open the "Open" menu so you can quickly open an Excel document. Simply press Ctrl+O on your keyboard. The "Open" menu will appear and you can select the document you want to open.

9. Ctrl+S

This shortcut will open the "Save" menu so you can quickly save your Excel document. Simply press Ctrl+S on your keyboard. The "Save" menu will appear and you can select the location you want to save your document.

10. Ctrl+P

This shortcut will open the "Print" menu so you can quickly print your Excel document. Simply press Ctrl+P on your keyboard. The "Print" menu will appear and you can select the printer and settings you want to use.

11. Ctrl+Z

This shortcut will undo your last action in Excel. Simply press Ctrl+Z on your keyboard and your last action will be undone. This is a great shortcut to use if you accidentally delete something or make a mistake.

12. Ctrl+Y

This shortcut will redo your last action in Excel. Simply press Ctrl+Y on your keyboard and your last action will be redone. This is a great shortcut to use if you want to quickly redo something you just undid.

13. Ctrl+A

This shortcut will select all the cells in your Excel document. Simply press Ctrl+A on your keyboard and all the cells in your document will be selected. This is a great shortcut to use if you want to quickly select all the data in your document.

14. Ctrl+B

This shortcut will bold your selected text in Excel. Simply highlight the text you want to bold, then press Ctrl+B on your keyboard. That's it!

15. Ctrl+I

This shortcut will italicize your selected text in Excel. Simply highlight the text you want to italicize, then press Ctrl+I on your keyboard. That's it!

16. Ctrl+U

This shortcut will underline your selected text in Excel. Simply highlight the text you want to underline, then press Ctrl+U on your keyboard. That's it!

17. Ctrl+Shift+B

If you want to remove the bold formatting from your text, this shortcut is for you. Simply highlight the text that is bold, then press Ctrl+Shift+B on your keyboard. The bold formatting will be removed and your text will be back to normal.

18. Ctrl+Shift+I

If you want to remove the italic formatting from your text, this shortcut is for you. Simply highlight the text that is italicized, then press Ctrl+Shift+I on your keyboard. The italic formatting will be removed and your text will be back to normal.

19. Ctrl+Shift+U

If you want to remove the underline from your text, this shortcut is for you. Simply highlight the text that is underlined, then press Ctrl+Shift+U on your keyboard. The underline will be removed and your text will be back to normal.

20. Ctrl+Shift+F

This shortcut will open the "Font" menu so

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