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25 Group Shortcuts in Excel to Save You Time

If you're like most people, you probably spend a lot of time working in Excel. And if you're like most people, you probably wish there were some shortcuts to help you get your work done faster. Well, there are! Here are 25 group shortcuts in Excel that will save you time:

  1. To select a group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Shift key and click on the last cell in the group. All of the cells in between will be selected.
  2. To select a group of cells that are not next to each other, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Ctrl key and click on each of the other cells in the group. All of the cells will be selected.
  3. To select an entire row, click on the row number on the left side of the screen. The entire row will be selected.
  4. To select an entire column, click on the column letter at the top of the screen. The entire column will be selected.
  5. To select an entire sheet, click on the tab at the bottom of the screen for the sheet you want to select. The entire sheet will be selected.
  6. To quickly select a large group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Shift key and use the arrow keys (up, down, left, or right) to move to the last cell in the group. All of the cells in between will be selected.
  7. To quickly select a small group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Ctrl key and use the arrow keys (up, down, left, or right) to move to the last cell in the group. All of the cells in between will be selected.
  8. To quickly select an entire row, click on the row number on the left side of the screen, then hold down the Shift key and use the arrow keys (up or down) to move to the last row in the group. The entire row will be selected.
  9. To quickly select an entire column, click on the column letter at the top of the screen, then hold down the Shift key and use the arrow keys (left or right) to move to the last column in the group. The entire column will be selected.
  10. To quickly select an entire sheet, click on the tab at the bottom of the screen for the sheet you want to select, then hold down the Shift key and use the arrow keys (left or right) to move to the last sheet in the workbook. The entire sheet will be selected.
  11. To quickly select a large group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Shift key and use the mouse to click on the last cell in the group. All of the cells in between will be selected.
  12. To quickly select a small group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Ctrl key and use the mouse to click on each of the other cells in the group. All of the cells will be selected.
  13. To quickly select an entire row, click on the row number on the left side of the screen, then hold down the Shift key and use the mouse to click on the last row in the group. The entire row will be selected.
  14. To quickly select an entire column, click on the column letter at the top of the screen, then hold down the Shift key and use the mouse to click on the last column in the group. The entire column will be selected.
  15. To quickly select an entire sheet, click on the tab at the bottom of the screen for the sheet you want to select, then hold down the Shift key and use the mouse to click on the last sheet in the workbook. The entire sheet will be selected.
  16. To select a group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Shift key and click on the last cell in the group. All of the cells in between will be selected.
  17. To select a group of cells that are not next to each other, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Ctrl key and click on each of the other cells in the group. All of the cells will be selected.
  18. To select an entire row, click on the row number on the left side of the screen. The entire row will be selected.
  19. To select an entire column, click on the column letter at the top of the screen. The entire column will be selected.
  20. To select an entire sheet, click on the tab at the bottom of the screen for the sheet you want to select. The entire sheet will be selected.
  21. To quickly select a large group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Shift key and use the arrow keys (up, down, left, or right) to move to the last cell in the group. All of the cells in between will be selected.
  22. To quickly select a small group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Ctrl key and use the arrow keys (up, down, left, or right) to move to the last cell in the group. All of the cells in between will be selected.
  23. To quickly select an entire row, click on the row number on the left side of the screen, then hold down the Shift key and use the arrow keys (up or down) to move to the last row in the group. The entire row will be selected.
  24. To quickly select an entire column, click on the column letter at the top of the screen, then hold down the Shift key and use the arrow keys (left or right) to move to the last column in the group. The entire column will be selected.
  25. To quickly select an entire sheet, click on the tab at the bottom of the screen for the sheet you want to select, then hold down the Shift key and use the arrow keys (left or right) to move to the last sheet in the workbook. The entire sheet will be selected.
  26. To quickly select a large group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Shift key and use the mouse to click on the last cell in the group. All of the cells in between will be selected.
  27. To quickly select a small group of cells, click on the first cell in the group, then hold down the Ctrl key and use the mouse to click on each of the other cells in the group. All of the cells will be selected.
  28. To quickly select an entire row, click on the row number on the left side of the screen, then hold down the Shift key and use the mouse to click on the last row in the group. The entire row will be selected.
  29. To quickly select an entire column, click on the column letter at the top of the screen, then hold down the Shift key and use the mouse to click on the last column in the group. The entire column will be selected.
  30. To quickly select an entire sheet, click on the tab at the bottom of the screen for the sheet you want to select, then hold down the Shift key and use the mouse to click on the last sheet in the workbook. The entire sheet will be selected.

These 25 group shortcuts in Excel will save you time by allowing you to quickly select the cells, rows, columns, or sheets you want to work with. So next time you're working in Excel, try out a few of these shortcuts and see how much time you can save!

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