If you work with large spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel, you know how frustrating it can be to scroll back and forth to see all the data. Fortunately, there's a quick and easy way to zoom out in Excel so you can see everything on one screen.
The first thing you need to do is select the cells you want to zoom out of. You can do this by clicking on the upper-left corner of the cells and dragging down to the lower-right corner. Once the cells are selected, press Ctrl+- (that's the minus sign) on your keyboard. This will zoom out of the selected cells.
If you want to zoom out even further, you can press Ctrl+- again. You can keep pressing this shortcut until you reach the desired zoom level. To zoom back in, press Ctrl++ (that's the plus sign).
You can also use the Ctrl+- shortcut to quickly zoom out of the entire spreadsheet. To do this, simply press Ctrl+A to select all the cells, then press Ctrl+-. This is a great way to get a bird's eye view of your data.
One final tip: if you want to quickly zoom back to 100%, simply press Ctrl+0 (that's the zero key).
So there you have it! The next time you're working with a large spreadsheet in Excel, remember these shortcuts and you'll be zooming in and out like a pro.