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15 Excel Shortcuts for the Dollar Sign

If you're anything like me, you're always looking for ways to save time and be more productive. That's why I'm sharing my top 15 Excel shortcuts for the dollar sign. These shortcuts will help you quickly enter dollar signs in your worksheets, so you can get back to what you're really supposed to be doing.

1. Use the dollar sign shortcut key.
Just press Shift + 4 on your keyboard and the dollar sign will appear.

2. Insert a dollar sign using the Symbol command.
Click the Insert tab, then click Symbol in the Symbols group. In the Symbol dialog box, select the dollar sign from the list of symbols, then click Insert.

3. Use the AutoCorrect feature.
Type $ followed by a space, and Excel will automatically convert it to a dollar sign.

4. Use the Alt code.
With the Num Lock key enabled, press and hold down the Alt key, then type 36 on the numeric keypad. Release the Alt key, and the dollar sign will appear.

5. Use the Character code.
In the Character code box, type 0024 and then press Alt + X. The dollar sign will appear.

6. Use the Unicode value.
In the Unicode box, type U+0024 and then press Alt + X. The dollar sign will appear.

7. Use the HTML code.
In the HTML code box, type $ and then press Alt + X. The dollar sign will appear.

8. Use the ASCII code.
In the ASCII code box, type 36 and then press Alt + X. The dollar sign will appear.

9. Use the Wingdings font.
In the Font box, select Wingdings from the list of fonts. Type O and the dollar sign will appear.

10. Use the Webdings font.
In the Font box, select Webdings from the list of fonts. Type 4 and the dollar sign will appear.

11. Use the Symbol font.
In the Font box, select Symbol from the list of fonts. Type $ and the dollar sign will appear.

12. Use the Zapf Dingbats font.
In the Font box, select Zapf Dingbats from the list of fonts. Type B and the dollar sign will appear.

13. Use the MS Gothic font.
In the Font box, select MS Gothic from the list of fonts. Type $ and the dollar sign will appear.

14. Use the MS Mincho font.
In the Font box, select MS Mincho from the list of fonts. Type $ and the dollar sign will appear.

15. Use the Arial Unicode MS font.
In the Font box, select Arial Unicode MS from the list of fonts. Type $ and the dollar sign will appear.

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