Excel shortcuts

Use hyperlink shortcuts to get around Excel quickly

If you work with Excel a lot, you know that it can be time-consuming to move around between different sheets and workbooks. But did you know that there's a way to quickly move around using hyperlink shortcuts?

Hyperlink shortcuts are a great way to quickly move between different sheets and workbooks. By creating a hyperlink shortcut, you can quickly jump to the sheet or workbook you need without having to scroll through a long list of sheets or workbooks. Plus, you can use hyperlink shortcuts to quickly jump to specific cells or ranges of cells.

To create a hyperlink shortcut, simply select the cell you want to create the shortcut for and then click the Insert Hyperlink button on the ribbon. In the Insert Hyperlink dialog box, enter the address of the sheet or workbook you want to link to in the Address field. Then, give the shortcut a name in the Text to display field and click the OK button.

Once you've created a hyperlink shortcut, you can use it just like any other hyperlink. Simply click on the shortcut and you'll be taken to the sheet or workbook you linked to. You can also right-click on the shortcut and select the Copy Shortcut option to copy the shortcut so you can paste it into another cell.

Hyperlink shortcuts are a great way to save time when you're working in Excel. By using hyperlink shortcuts, you can quickly move around between different sheets and workbooks without having to scroll through long lists. Plus, you can use hyperlink shortcuts to quickly jump to specific cells or ranges of cells. So next time you're working in Excel, try using hyperlink shortcuts to save time and get around quickly.

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