Excel shortcuts

How to Select a Row in Excel Shortcut

There are many ways to select a row in Excel. The most common way is to click on the row number on the left side of the screen. This will select the entire row. Another way to select a row is to click on the cell in the row that you want to select and then press the Shift key and the Spacebar at the same time. This will also select the entire row. You can also use the keyboard shortcut of Shift+Spacebar to select a row.If you want to select multiple rows, you can hold down the Shift key and click on the row numbers of the rows that you want to select. This will select all of the rows that you clicked on. You can also hold down the Ctrl key and click on the row numbers of the rows that you want to select. This will select all of the rows that you clicked on individually.You can also select a row by using the mouse. To do this, you would click on the cell in the row that you want to select and then drag the mouse down to the bottom of the row. This will select the entire row.You can also select a row by using the keyboard shortcut of Ctrl+Spacebar. This will select the entire row that the cursor is currently on.You can also select multiple rows by using the keyboard shortcut of Shift+Spacebar. This will select all of the rows between the row that the cursor is currently on and the row that you last clicked on.You can also select multiple rows by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking on the row numbers of the rows that you want to select. This will select all of the rows that you clicked on individually.You can also select a row by using the keyboard shortcut of Shift+Spacebar. This will select the entire row that the cursor is currently on.You can also select multiple rows by using the keyboard shortcut of Shift+Spacebar. This will select all of the rows between the row that the cursor is currently on and the row that you last clicked on.You can also select multiple rows by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking on the row numbers of the rows that you want to select. This will select all of the rows that you clicked on individually.

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