Excel shortcuts

Excel Shortcut Keys: The Complete List

If you're an Excel power user, you know that shortcut keys can save you a lot of time. But there are so many shortcut keys! It's hard to keep track of them all. Well, not anymore. Here is the complete list of Excel shortcut keys.

Ctrl+A: Select all cells in the worksheet.

Ctrl+B: Bold the selected text.

Ctrl+C: Copy the selected text or cells.

Ctrl+D: Fill the selected cell down.

Ctrl+E: Center the selected text or cells.

Ctrl+F: Find the specified text or value in the worksheet.

Ctrl+G: Go to the specified cell or range in the worksheet.

Ctrl+H: Replace the specified text or value in the worksheet.

Ctrl+I: Italicize the selected text.

Ctrl+K: Insert a hyperlink in the selected cell.

Ctrl+L: Create a list of the selected cells.

Ctrl+M: Indent the selected cells.

Ctrl+N: Create a new workbook.

Ctrl+O: Open a workbook.

Ctrl+P: Print the workbook or selected worksheet.

Ctrl+R: Fill the selected cell to the right.

Ctrl+S: Save the workbook.

Ctrl+U: Underline the selected text.

Ctrl+V: Paste the copied text or cells.

Ctrl+W: Close the workbook.

Ctrl+X: Cut the selected text or cells.

Ctrl+Y: Repeat the last action.

Ctrl+Z: Undo the last action.

F1: Display the Excel Help task pane.

F2: Edit the active cell.

F3: Insert a defined name in a formula.

F4: Repeat the last action.

F5: Go to a specific cell or range in the worksheet.

F7: Check spelling in the worksheet.

F11: Create a chart of the data in the active worksheet.

F12: Save the workbook as a new file.

Alt+F1: Create an embedded chart of the data in the active worksheet.

Alt+F2: Save the workbook with a new file name and location.

Alt+F3: Create a defined name from the selected cells.

Alt+F4: Close the workbook.

Alt+F5: Refresh the data in the active worksheet.

Alt+F8: Display the Macro dialog box to create, run, edit, or delete a macro.

Alt+F11: Open the Visual Basic Editor to create or edit a macro.

Alt+F12: Open the Office Theme dialog box to change the colors or fonts of the workbook.

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