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'Excel shortcut for adding row: How to quickly add a new row in Excel'

Adding a new row in Excel can be done in several ways. The most common way is to click on the row number where you want the new row to be inserted and then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. You can also right-click on the row number and then click Insert Row from the context menu. Another way to insert a new row is to select a cell in the row below where you want the new row to be inserted and then press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together. This will select the entire row below the active cell. Then you can press the Ctrl+Shift+Plus Sign keys together to insert a new row above the selected row.You can also insert multiple rows at once in Excel. To do this, select the number of rows you want to insert by clicking on the row number of the first row and then dragging the mouse down to the row number of the last row. Then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon or right-click and click Insert Row from the context menu.If you want to insert a row above the active cell, you can press the Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Plus Sign keys together. This will insert a new row above the active cell.You can also use a shortcut to insert a new row below the active cell. To do this, press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. This will insert a new row below the active cell.You can use the same shortcut to insert multiple rows below the active cell. To do this, press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key and then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the last row to be inserted.You can also insert a row above or below a specific row in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the new row to be inserted. Then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon or right-click and click Insert Row from the context menu.You can also use the following shortcut to insert a row above the selected row. Press the Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Plus Sign keys together. This will insert a new row above the selected row.You can use the same shortcut to insert a row below the selected row. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. This will insert a new row below the selected row.You can also insert multiple rows above or below a specific row in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the first new row to be inserted. Then press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. Then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the last row to be inserted.You can also insert rows in between other rows in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the new row to be inserted. Then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon or right-click and click Insert Row from the context menu.You can also use the following shortcut to insert a row in between other rows. Press the Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Plus Sign keys together. This will insert a new row above the selected row.You can use the same shortcut to insert a row below the selected row. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. This will insert a new row below the selected row.You can also insert multiple rows in between other rows in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the first new row to be inserted. Then press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. Then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the last row to be inserted.You can also insert rows at the beginning or end of a worksheet in Excel. To do this, click on the row number where you want the new row to be inserted and then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. You can also right-click on the row number and then click Insert Row from the context menu.You can also use the following shortcut to insert a row at the beginning of a worksheet. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. This will insert a new row at the top of the worksheet.You can use the same shortcut to insert a row at the end of a worksheet. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key and then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the new row to be inserted.You can also insert rows before or after a specific row in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the new row to be inserted. Then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon or right-click and click Insert Row from the context menu.You can also use the following shortcut to insert a row before the selected row. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. This will insert a new row before the selected row.You can use the same shortcut to insert a row after the selected row. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key and then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the new row to be inserted.You can also insert multiple rows before or after a specific row in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the first new row to be inserted. Then press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. Then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the last row to be inserted.You can also insert rows at the beginning or end of a worksheet in Excel. To do this, click on the row number where you want the new row to be inserted and then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. You can also right-click on the row number and then click Insert Row from the context menu.You can also use the following shortcut to insert a row at the beginning of a worksheet. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. This will insert a new row at the top of the worksheet.You can use the same shortcut to insert a row at the end of a worksheet. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key and then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the new row to be inserted.You can also insert rows before or after a specific row in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the new row to be inserted. Then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon or right-click and click Insert Row from the context menu.You can also use the following shortcut to insert a row before the selected row. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. This will insert a new row before the selected row.You can use the same shortcut to insert a row after the selected row. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key and then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the new row to be inserted.You can also insert multiple rows before or after a specific row in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the first new row to be inserted. Then press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. Then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the last row to be inserted.You can also insert rows at the beginning or end of a worksheet in Excel. To do this, click on the row number where you want the new row to be inserted and then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. You can also right-click on the row number and then click Insert Row from the context menu.You can also use the following shortcut to insert a row at the beginning of a worksheet. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. This will insert a new row at the top of the worksheet.You can use the same shortcut to insert a row at the end of a worksheet. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key and then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the new row to be inserted.You can also insert rows before or after a specific row in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the new row to be inserted. Then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon or right-click and click Insert Row from the context menu.You can also use the following shortcut to insert a row before the selected row. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key. This will insert a new row before the selected row.You can use the same shortcut to insert a row after the selected row. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow keys together and then press the Enter key and then drag the mouse down to the row number where you want the new row to be inserted.You can also insert multiple rows before or after a specific row in Excel. To do this, first select the row where you want the first new row to be inserted.

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