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10 Line Insert Excel Shortcuts You Didn't Know

If you work with Microsoft Excel on a daily basis, you know that it can be quite tedious to constantly insert new lines into your spreadsheet. Luckily, there are a few shortcuts that can help you speed up the process. Here are 10 line insert Excel shortcuts you didn't know:

  1. To insert a new line above the current line, simply press Ctrl+Shift+Enter. This shortcut will also work if you want to insert a new line below the current line.
  2. If you want to insert multiple lines at once, you can do so by selecting the number of rows you want to insert and then pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter. For example, if you want to insert 3 new lines, you would first select the 3 rows above where you want the new lines to be inserted and then press the shortcut.
  3. You can also insert multiple lines by using the Ctrl+Enter shortcut. Simply select the number of rows you want to insert and then press Ctrl+Enter. Excel will automatically insert the correct number of new lines for you.
  4. If you want to insert a new line above the current line, you can do so by pressing Ctrl+Enter. This shortcut will also work if you want to insert a new line below the current line.
  5. If you want to insert multiple lines above the current line, you can do so by selecting the number of rows you want to insert and then pressing Ctrl+Enter. For example, if you want to insert 3 new lines, you would first select the 3 rows above where you want the new lines to be inserted and then press the shortcut.
  6. You can also insert multiple lines below the current line by using the Ctrl+Enter shortcut. Simply select the number of rows you want to insert and then press Ctrl+Enter. Excel will automatically insert the correct number of new lines for you.
  7. If you want to insert a new line at the beginning of the spreadsheet, you can do so by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter. This shortcut will also work if you want to insert a new line at the end of the spreadsheet.
  8. If you want to insert multiple lines at the beginning of the spreadsheet, you can do so by selecting the number of rows you want to insert and then pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter. For example, if you want to insert 3 new lines, you would first select the 3 rows above where you want the new lines to be inserted and then press the shortcut.
  9. You can also insert multiple lines at the end of the spreadsheet by using the Ctrl+Shift+Enter shortcut. Simply select the number of rows you want to insert and then press Ctrl+Shift+Enter. Excel will automatically insert the correct number of new lines for you.
  10. If you want to insert a new line above the current line, you can do so by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter. This shortcut will also work if you want to insert a new line below the current line.
  11. If you want to insert multiple lines above the current line, you can do so by selecting the number of rows you want to insert and then pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter. For example, if you want to insert 3 new lines, you would first select the 3 rows above where you want the new lines to be inserted and then press the shortcut.
  12. You can also insert multiple lines below the current line by using the Ctrl+Shift+Enter shortcut. Simply select the number of rows you want to insert and then press Ctrl+Shift+Enter. Excel will automatically insert the correct number of new lines for you.

These are just a few of the many line insert shortcuts that you can use in Microsoft Excel. By using these shortcuts, you can save yourself a lot of time and effort when inserting new lines into your spreadsheet. Do you know of any other line insert shortcuts? Let us know in the comments below!

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