Excel Table Shortcut: How to Quickly Create a Table in Excel
If you're like most people, you probably use Microsoft Excel to store a lot of important data. And if you're like most people, you probably find yourself constantly creating new tables in Excel to keep track of that data. Well, there's a little-known shortcut that can help you quickly create a table in Excel, and it's called the Table command.
The Table command is located in the Insert tab of the Excel ribbon. To use it, simply select the cells you want to turn into a table, then click the Table button. Excel will automatically create a table with the selected cells, and you can even add a header row if you want.
Once you've created a table, you can use the Table Tools tab to format it however you like. For example, you can change the table's style, add or delete rows and columns, or even merge cells. And if you ever need to convert your table back to plain old cells, simply click the Convert to Range button in the Table Tools tab.
So next time you're creating a table in Excel, save yourself some time by using the Table command. It's a quick and easy way to get the job done.
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