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25 Excel Shortcuts for Mac to Help You Work Faster

If you're a Mac user, you know that there are certain shortcuts that make using your computer a lot easier. The same goes for Microsoft Excel. While there are plenty of shortcuts for Windows users, there are also a few that are specific to Mac. Here are 25 Excel shortcuts for Mac that will help you work faster:

  1. Command + N: Create a new workbook
  2. Command + O: Open an existing workbook
  3. Command + S: Save the active workbook
  4. Command + W: Close the active workbook
  5. Command + F: Open the Find dialog box
  6. Command + H: Open the Replace dialog box
  7. Command + G: Go to a specific cell
  8. Command + P: Print the active worksheet
  9. Command + Z: Undo the last action
  10. Command + Y: Redo the last action
  11. Command + U: Make the selected cells bold
  12. Command + I: Make the selected cells italic
  13. Command + B: Make the selected cells bold and italic
  14. Command + K: Insert a hyperlink
  15. Command + 1: Format the selected cells as General
  16. Command + 2: Format the selected cells as Currency
  17. Command + 3: Format the selected cells as Percentage
  18. Command + 4: Format the selected cells as Date
  19. Command + 5: Format the selected cells as Time
  20. Command + 6: Format the selected cells as Number
  21. Command + 7: Format the selected cells as Scientific
  22. Command + 8: Format the selected cells as Text
  23. Command + 9: Hide the selected rows
  24. Command + 0: Hide the selected columns
  25. Command + A: Select all cells in the worksheet
  26. Command + E: Center the selected cells
  27. Command + J: Justify the selected cells
  28. Command + L: Left align the selected cells
  29. Command + R: Right align the selected cells

These are just a few of the many shortcuts that you can use to make working in Excel a lot easier. If you take the time to learn them, you'll be able to work faster and more efficiently. Do you have a favorite Excel shortcut? Let us know in the comments!

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