Excel shortcuts

25 Excel Shortcuts to Cut Your Work in Half

If you're like most people, you probably spend a lot of time working with Microsoft Excel. Whether you're using it for work or for personal purposes, Excel is a powerful tool that can help you get a lot done. But if you're not using the right shortcuts, you could be wasting a lot of time. That's why we've put together this list of 25 Excel shortcuts that will help you work faster and more efficiently.

1. Ctrl + N: Create a new workbook

2. Ctrl + O: Open an existing workbook

3. Ctrl + S: Save the current workbook

4. Ctrl + P: Print the current workbook

5. Ctrl + F: Find a value in the current workbook

6. Ctrl + H: Replace a value in the current workbook

7. Ctrl + A: Select all cells in the current worksheet

8. Ctrl + B: Bold the selected cells

9. Ctrl + I: Italicize the selected cells

10. Ctrl + U: Underline the selected cells

11. Ctrl + 5: Strike through the selected cells

12. Ctrl + 1: Format the selected cells

13. Ctrl + 2: Apply the Heading 1 style to the selected cells

14. Ctrl + 3: Apply the Heading 2 style to the selected cells

15. Ctrl + 4: Apply the Heading 3 style to the selected cells

16. Ctrl + Shift + <: Decrease the font size of the selected cells

17. Ctrl + Shift + >: Increase the font size of the selected cells

18. Ctrl + Shift + F: Apply the Font color of the selected cells

19. Ctrl + Shift + B: Apply the Fill color of the selected cells

20. Ctrl + Shift + L: Apply the Line color of the selected cells

21. Ctrl + Shift + H: Apply the Shadow color of the selected cells

22. Ctrl + Shift + G: Apply the Gradient color of the selected cells

23. Ctrl + Shift + T: Apply the Table color of the selected cells

24. Ctrl + Shift + D: Apply the Data color of the selected cells

25. Ctrl + Shift + W: Apply the White color of the selected cells

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