Excel shortcuts

15 Excel Shortcuts for the Busy Professional

If you're like most busy professionals, you probably use Microsoft Excel on a daily basis. And if you're like most people, you probably only know a handful of Excel shortcuts. Learning just a few more Excel shortcuts can save you a lot of time and make you more productive. Here are 15 Excel shortcuts for the busy professional:

  1. Ctrl + N: Create a new workbook
  2. Ctrl + O: Open an existing workbook
  3. Ctrl + S: Save the current workbook
  4. Ctrl + F: Find a value in the current workbook
  5. Ctrl + G: Go to a specific cell in the current workbook
  6. Ctrl + H: Replace a value in the current workbook
  7. Ctrl + P: Print the current workbook
  8. F11: Create a chart from the selected data in the current workbook
  9. Alt + F1: Insert a new chart in the current workbook
  10. Ctrl + M: Insert a new worksheet in the current workbook
  11. Ctrl + D: Duplicate the selected cells in the current workbook
  12. Ctrl + Z: Undo the last action
  13. Ctrl + Y: Redo the last action
  14. Ctrl + A: Select all cells in the current workbook
  15. Ctrl + B: Bold the selected cells
  16. Ctrl + I: Italicize the selected cells

These are just a few of the many Excel shortcuts that can save you time. For a complete list of Excel shortcuts, visit the Microsoft Office website.

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