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15 Mac Keyboard Shortcuts for Excel You Need to Know

If you're a Mac user, you know that there are certain keyboard shortcuts that are essential for getting around your computer. The same is true when it comes to using Microsoft Excel. While there are plenty of keyboard shortcuts that are specific to Excel, there are also some that are general to all Mac applications. Here are 15 Mac keyboard shortcuts for Excel that you need to know.

1. Command + N: This shortcut will create a new workbook in Excel.

2. Command + O: This shortcut will open an existing workbook in Excel.

3. Command + S: This shortcut will save the current workbook.

4. Command + P: This shortcut will print the current workbook.

5. Command + F: This shortcut will open the Find dialog box.

6. Command + H: This shortcut will open the Replace dialog box.

7. Command + G: This shortcut will go to a specific cell in the current workbook.

8. Command + Shift + F: This shortcut will open the Format Cells dialog box.

9. Command + Shift + P: This shortcut will open the Page Setup dialog box.

10. Command + Shift + O: This shortcut will open the Outline dialog box.

11. Command + Shift + E: This shortcut will open the Excel Options dialog box.

12. Command + Shift + U: This shortcut will open the User Preferences dialog box.

13. Command + Shift + W: This shortcut will open the Workbook Properties dialog box.

14. Command + Shift + I: This shortcut will open the Insert Function dialog box.

15. Command + Shift + J: This shortcut will open the Go To dialog box.

These are just a few of the many keyboard shortcuts that you can use when working in Excel on a Mac. For a complete list of shortcuts, consult the Excel Help file.

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