Excel shortcuts

25 Excel Shortcuts for the Cut Command

If you're like most people, you probably use the cut command in Excel pretty frequently. And if you're like most people, you probably wish there were a few more shortcuts to make your life a little easier. Well, wish no more! Here are 25 shortcuts for the cut command that will help you speed up your work and get more done in less time.

1. Ctrl + X: This shortcut will cut the selected cells and move them to the clipboard. You can then paste them elsewhere in the worksheet or workbook.

2. Ctrl + Shift + X: This shortcut will cut the selected cells and move them to the clipboard. However, it will also delete the cells that were cut. This is a great shortcut to use if you want to quickly delete a row or column of data.

3. Alt + H + X: This shortcut will cut the selected cells and move them to the clipboard. However, it will also delete the cells that were cut. This is a great shortcut to use if you want to quickly delete a row or column of data.

4. Ctrl + C: This shortcut will copy the selected cells to the clipboard. You can then paste them elsewhere in the worksheet or workbook.

5. Ctrl + Shift + C: This shortcut will copy the selected cells and move them to the clipboard. However, it will also delete the cells that were copied. This is a great shortcut to use if you want to quickly delete a row or column of data.

6. Alt + H + C: This shortcut will copy the selected cells and move them to the clipboard. However, it will also delete the cells that were copied. This is a great shortcut to use if you want to quickly delete a row or column of data.

7. Ctrl + V: This shortcut will paste the contents of the clipboard into the selected cells.

8. Ctrl + Shift + V: This shortcut will paste the contents of the clipboard into the selected cells. However, it will also delete the cells that were pasted. This is a great shortcut to use if you want to quickly delete a row or column of data.

9. Alt + H + V: This shortcut will paste the contents of the clipboard into the selected cells. However, it will also delete the cells that were pasted. This is a great shortcut to use if you want to quickly delete a row or column of data.

10. Ctrl + B: This shortcut will bold the selected cells.

11. Ctrl + I: This shortcut will italicize the selected cells.

12. Ctrl + U: This shortcut will underline the selected cells.

13. Ctrl + 5: This shortcut will strikethrough the selected cells.

14. Ctrl + 1: This shortcut will open the Format Cells dialog box.

15. Ctrl + 2: This shortcut will open the Font dialog box.

16. Ctrl + 3: This shortcut will open the Border dialog box.

17. Ctrl + 4: This shortcut will open the Patterns dialog box.

18. Ctrl + 6: This shortcut will open the Alignment dialog box.

19. Ctrl + 7: This shortcut will open the Number dialog box.

20. Ctrl + 8: This shortcut will open the Protection dialog box.

21. Ctrl + 9: This shortcut will open the Data Validation dialog box.

22. Ctrl + 0: This shortcut will open the Column Width dialog box.

23. Ctrl + A: This shortcut will select all cells in the worksheet.

24. Ctrl + Shift + A: This shortcut will select all cells in the worksheet that are adjacent to the active cell.

25. Ctrl + F: This shortcut will open the Find and Replace dialog box.

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