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Use These 5 Excel Shortcuts to Change Font Color

If you're like most people, you probably spend a lot of time working in Microsoft Excel. And if you're like most people, you probably also find yourself constantly changing the font color in your spreadsheet.

While there are a number of ways to change the font color in Excel, using shortcuts is often the quickest and easiest way to get the job done. Here are 5 Excel shortcuts that you can use to change font color:

  1. To change the font color of a cell, simply select the cell and press Ctrl+Shift+F. This shortcut will open the Font dialog box, where you can select the color you want.
  2. To change the font color of multiple cells, select the cells you want to change and press Ctrl+Shift+F. This shortcut will open the Font dialog box, where you can select the color you want.
  3. To change the font color of a range of cells, select the cells you want to change and press Ctrl+Shift+F. This shortcut will open the Font dialog box, where you can select the color you want.
  4. To change the font color of a worksheet, select the worksheet you want to change and press Ctrl+Shift+F. This shortcut will open the Font dialog box, where you can select the color you want.
  5. To change the font color of an entire workbook, select the workbook you want to change and press Ctrl+Shift+F. This shortcut will open the Font dialog box, where you can select the color you want.

Using these shortcuts will save you time and help you get your work done more quickly. So next time you need to change the font color in Excel, give them a try!

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