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How to Use the Indent Shortcut in Excel

If you work with large amounts of data in Microsoft Excel, you know how important it is to be able to quickly and easily format your cells. One way to save time when formatting cells is to use the indent shortcut. The indent shortcut allows you to quickly add or remove space before a cell's contents. In this article, we'll show you how to use the indent shortcut in Excel.

To use the indent shortcut, first select the cell or cells that you want to indent. Then, press the Alt + Shift + I keys on your keyboard. This will add space before the contents of the selected cell or cells. To remove space, press the Alt + Shift + I keys again. You can also use the indent shortcut to quickly add or remove space after the contents of a cell. To do this, press the Alt + Shift + O keys on your keyboard.

You can also use the indent shortcut to quickly add or remove space before or after a cell's contents. To do this, press the Alt + Shift + I or Alt + Shift + O keys on your keyboard. You can also use the indent shortcut to quickly add or remove space before or after a cell's contents. To do this, press the Alt + Shift + I or Alt + Shift + O keys on your keyboard.

You can also use the indent shortcut to quickly add or remove space before or after a cell's contents. To do this, press the Alt + Shift + I or Alt + Shift + O keys on your keyboard. You can also use the indent shortcut to quickly add or remove space before or after a cell's contents. To do this, press the Alt + Shift + I or Alt + Shift + O keys on your keyboard. You can also use the indent shortcut to quickly add or remove space before or after a cell's contents. To do this, press the Alt + Shift + I or Alt + Shift + O keys on your keyboard.

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