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The Best Shortcut Keys to Insert a Row in Excel

There are many ways to insert a row in Excel. The most common way is to right-click on the row number and select Insert from the menu. This will insert a new row above the row you have selected. You can also use the Insert menu from the Home tab on the ribbon. But the quickest way to insert a row is to use a shortcut key. And the best shortcut keys to insert a row in Excel are:

  1. Ctrl+Shift++ (plus sign)
  2. Ctrl+Shift+9

Both of these shortcut keys will insert a new row above the row where your cursor is currently located. And if you want to insert multiple rows, just hold down the Ctrl key and keep pressing the + (plus sign) or 9 key until you have inserted the number of rows you want.

If you want to insert a row below the row where your cursor is currently located, you can use the following shortcut keys:

  1. Ctrl+Shift+= (equal sign)
  2. Ctrl+Shift+0 (zero)

Both of these shortcut keys will insert a new row below the row where your cursor is currently located. And if you want to insert multiple rows, just hold down the Ctrl key and keep pressing the = (equal sign) or 0 (zero) key until you have inserted the number of rows you want.

You can also use the following shortcut keys to insert a row above or below the row where your cursor is currently located:

  1. Ctrl+Shift+- (minus sign)
  2. Ctrl+Shift+_ (underscore)

If you use the - (minus sign) shortcut key, it will insert a row above the row where your cursor is currently located. If you use the _ (underscore) shortcut key, it will insert a row below the row where your cursor is currently located. And if you want to insert multiple rows, just hold down the Ctrl key and keep pressing the - (minus sign) or _ (underscore) key until you have inserted the number of rows you want.

You can also use the following shortcut keys to insert a row above or below the row where your cursor is currently located:

  1. Ctrl+Shift++ (plus sign)
  2. Ctrl+Shift+= (equal sign)

If you use the + (plus sign) shortcut key, it will insert a row above the row where your cursor is currently located. If you use the = (equal sign) shortcut key, it will insert a row below the row where your cursor is currently located. And if you want to insert multiple rows, just hold down the Ctrl key and keep pressing the + (plus sign) or = (equal sign) key until you have inserted the number of rows you want.

You can also use the following shortcut keys to insert a row above or below the row where your cursor is currently located:

  1. Ctrl+Shift+9
  2. Ctrl+Shift+0 (zero)

If you use the 9 shortcut key, it will insert a row above the row where your cursor is currently located. If you use the 0 (zero) shortcut key, it will insert a row below the row where your cursor is currently located. And if you want to insert multiple rows, just hold down the Ctrl key and keep pressing the 9 or 0 (zero) key until you have inserted the number of rows you want.

You can also use the following shortcut keys to insert a row above or below the row where your cursor is currently located:

  1. Ctrl+Shift+- (minus sign)
  2. Ctrl+Shift+_ (underscore)

If you use the - (minus sign) shortcut key, it will insert a row above the row where your cursor is currently located. If you use the _ (underscore) shortcut key, it will insert a row below the row where your cursor is currently located. And if you want to insert multiple rows, just hold down the Ctrl key and keep pressing the - (minus sign) or _ (underscore) key until you have inserted the number of rows you want.

You can also use the following shortcut keys to insert a row above or below the row where your cursor is currently located:

  1. Ctrl+Shift++ (plus sign)
  2. Ctrl+Shift+= (equal sign)

If you use the + (plus sign) shortcut key, it will insert a row above the row where your cursor is currently located. If you use the = (equal sign) shortcut key, it will insert a row below the row where your cursor is currently located. And if you want to insert multiple rows, just hold down the Ctrl key and keep pressing the + (plus sign) or = (equal sign) key until you have inserted the number of rows you want.

You can also use the following shortcut keys to insert a row above or below the row where your cursor is currently located:

  1. Ctrl+Shift+9
  2. Ctrl+Shift+0 (zero)

If you use the 9 shortcut key, it will insert a row above the row where your cursor is currently located. If you use the 0 (zero) shortcut key, it will insert a row below the row where your cursor is currently located. And if you want to insert multiple rows, just hold down the Ctrl key and keep pressing the 9 or 0 (zero) key until you have inserted the number of rows you want.

You can also use the following shortcut keys to insert a row above or below the row where your cursor is currently located:

  1. Ctrl+Shift+- (minus sign)
  2. Ctrl+Shift+_ (underscore)

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