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15 essential Excel shortcuts for save as

If you're an Excel user, then you know that there are countless shortcuts that can save you time and make your work easier. But which ones are the most essential? Here are 15 Excel shortcuts for save as that you should definitely know.

1. Ctrl + S: Save your workbook

This is probably the most essential shortcut of them all. If you're working on a complex spreadsheet, you don't want to lose your progress, so hit Ctrl + S regularly to save your work.

2. Ctrl + Shift + S: Save your workbook as a different file type

If you need to save your workbook in a different file format, use this shortcut. For example, you might need to save it as a .csv file so that you can open it in another program.

3. Ctrl + P: Print your workbook

If you need to print out your workbook, use this shortcut to open the print dialog box. From there, you can choose your printer and other settings.

4. Ctrl + F: Find a value in your workbook

If you need to find a specific value in your workbook, use this shortcut. It will open the Find dialog box, where you can enter the value you're looking for.

5. Ctrl + H: Replace a value in your workbook

If you need to replace a value in your workbook, use this shortcut. It will open the Replace dialog box, where you can enter the value you want to replace and the value you want to replace it with.

6. Ctrl + G: Go to a specific cell in your workbook

If you need to quickly go to a specific cell in your workbook, use this shortcut. It will open the Go To dialog box, where you can enter the cell address.

7. Ctrl + A: Select all cells in your workbook

If you need to select all cells in your workbook, use this shortcut. It's especially handy if you need to delete all cells or format all cells.

8. Ctrl + B: Bold the selected cells

If you need to bold the selected cells, use this shortcut. It's a quick way to format your cells without having to open the Format Cells dialog box.

9. Ctrl + I: Italicize the selected cells

If you need to italicize the selected cells, use this shortcut. Again, it's a quick way to format your cells without having to open the Format Cells dialog box.

10. Ctrl + U: Underline the selected cells

If you need to underline the selected cells, use this shortcut. Once again, it's a quick way to format your cells without having to open the Format Cells dialog box.

11. Ctrl + 5: Strike through the selected cells

If you need to strike through the selected cells, use this shortcut. As you might have guessed, it's a quick way to format your cells without having to open the Format Cells dialog box.

12. Ctrl + 1: Open the Format Cells dialog box

If you need to open the Format Cells dialog box, use this shortcut. From there, you can format your cells in a variety of ways.

13. Ctrl + Shift + F: Open the Font dialog box

If you need to change the font for your cells, use this shortcut to open the Font dialog box. From there, you can choose the font, size, and other attributes.

14. Ctrl + Shift + P: Open the Format Painter

If you need to quickly format a group of cells, use the Format Painter. To use it, select the cells you want to format, then use this shortcut. Next, select the cells you want to format, and they'll take on the original formatting.

15. Ctrl + Shift + ~: Apply the General format

If you need to quickly apply the General format to a group of cells, use this shortcut. It's a quick way to remove any special formatting from your cells.

These are just a few of the essential Excel shortcuts for save as. If you know of any others that should be on this list, let us know in the comments!

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