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Format Painter Shortcut in Excel

If you work with Microsoft Excel on a regular basis, you know how frustrating it can be to format cells or ranges of cells over and over again. You can save yourself a lot of time and effort by using the Format Painter shortcut. The Format Painter shortcut allows you to quickly copy the formatting from one cell or range of cells and apply it to another cell or range of cells. In this article, we'll show you how to use the Format Painter shortcut in Excel.

To use the Format Painter shortcut, first select the cell or range of cells that you want to copy the formatting from. Then, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the 1 key. This will open the Format Cells dialog box. In the dialog box, select the Fill tab and then select the color that you want to use to fill the cells. Next, select the Font tab and then select the font that you want to use. Finally, select the Border tab and then select the type of border that you want to use. Once you have the cell or range of cells formatted the way that you want, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

Now that you have the cell or range of cells formatted the way that you want, you can use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to another cell or range of cells. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the 8 key. This will open the Format Painter dialog box. In the dialog box, select the cell or range of cells that you want to apply the formatting to. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to multiple cells or ranges of cells. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the 9 key. This will open the Format Painter dialog box. In the dialog box, select the cell or range of cells that you want to apply the formatting to. Then, press and hold the Shift key on your keyboard and select the other cells or ranges of cells that you want to apply the formatting to. Finally, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to an entire row or column. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the 0 key. This will open the Format Painter dialog box. In the dialog box, select the row or column that you want to apply the formatting to. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to an entire worksheet. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the A key. This will select the entire worksheet. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific range of cells. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the F key. This will open the Find and Replace dialog box. In the dialog box, type the address of the range of cells that you want to apply the formatting to in the Find what field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of cells. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the G key. This will open the Go To dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of cells that you want to apply the formatting to in the Reference field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of rows. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the R key. This will open the Row Height dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of rows that you want to apply the formatting to in the Height field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of columns. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the C key. This will open the Column Width dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of columns that you want to apply the formatting to in the Width field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of sheets. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the N key. This will open the New Sheet dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of sheets that you want to apply the formatting to in the Number of sheets field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of workbooks. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the B key. This will open the Open Workbook dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of workbooks that you want to apply the formatting to in the Number of workbooks field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of windows. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the W key. This will open the Window dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of windows that you want to apply the formatting to in the Number of windows field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of characters. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the H key. This will open the Replace dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of characters that you want to apply the formatting to in the Find what field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of words. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the J key. This will open the Word Count dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of words that you want to apply the formatting to in the Count field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of paragraphs. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the K key. This will open the Paragraph dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of paragraphs that you want to apply the formatting to in the Spacing field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of lines. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the L key. This will open the Line dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of lines that you want to apply the formatting to in the Spacing field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of pages. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the M key. This will open the Page dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of pages that you want to apply the formatting to in the Number of pages field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of sheets. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the S key. This will open the Sheet dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of sheets that you want to apply the formatting to in the Number of sheets field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of workbooks. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the W key. This will open the Workbook dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of workbooks that you want to apply the formatting to in the Number of workbooks field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of windows. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the X key. This will open the Window dialog box. In the dialog box, type the number of windows that you want to apply the formatting to in the Number of windows field. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard to close the dialog box.

You can also use the Format Painter shortcut to apply the formatting to a specific number of characters. To do this, press and hold the Ctrl key on your

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