Excel shortcuts

15 essential Excel shortcuts for moving between sheets

If you're an Excel power user, you know that there are all sorts of shortcuts and tips that can make your life easier. One area where shortcuts can really come in handy is when you're moving between sheets in a workbook. Whether you're working with a large workbook with dozens of sheets or a small one with just a few, these shortcuts will help you move around more quickly and efficiently.

1. To move to the next sheet: Ctrl + Page Down

2. To move to the previous sheet: Ctrl + Page Up

3. To move to the first sheet: Ctrl + Home

4. To move to the last sheet: Ctrl + End

5. To move to a specific sheet: Ctrl + G, then enter the sheet number

6. To create a new sheet: Ctrl + Shift + N

7. To delete a sheet: Ctrl + Shift + D

8. To rename a sheet: Double-click on the sheet tab

9. To move a sheet: Drag and drop the sheet tab to the desired location

10. To copy a sheet: Right-click on the sheet tab, then select "Copy" from the menu

11. To paste a sheet: Right-click on the sheet tab where you want to paste the copied sheet, then select "Paste" from the menu

12. To hide a sheet: Right-click on the sheet tab, then select "Hide" from the menu

13. To unhide a sheet: Right-click on any sheet tab, then select "Unhide" from the menu

14. To protect a sheet: Right-click on the sheet tab, then select "Protect Sheet" from the menu

15. To unprotect a sheet: Right-click on the sheet tab, then select "Unprotect Sheet" from the menu

These are just a few of the many shortcuts that can make working with sheets in Excel a breeze. Experiment with different combinations of keys and see what else you can discover!

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