Excel shortcuts

How to insert a row in Excel with shortcut keys

There are a few different ways that you can insert a row in Excel using shortcut keys. One way is to use the Ctrl + Shift + "+" shortcut. This shortcut will insert a new row above the row that you have currently selected. Another way to insert a row is to use the Ctrl + Alt + I shortcut. This shortcut will insert a new row below the row that you have currently selected. You can also use the Ctrl + Alt + Shift + I shortcut to insert a row above the row that you have currently selected and to also select the entire row. The last way to insert a row using shortcut keys is to use the Ctrl + Alt + Shift + "+" shortcut. This shortcut will insert a new row below the row that you have currently selected and to also select the entire row.

If you want to insert multiple rows at once, you can do so by selecting the number of rows that you want to insert and then using one of the shortcut key combinations mentioned above. For example, if you want to insert 3 rows, you would first select the 3 rows that you want to insert and then use the Ctrl + Shift + "+" shortcut. This would insert 3 new rows above the row that you have currently selected.

You can also insert multiple rows by selecting the number of rows that you want to insert and then using the Ctrl + Alt + I shortcut. This would insert 3 new rows below the row that you have currently selected.

You can also use the Ctrl + Alt + Shift + I shortcut to insert multiple rows above the row that you have currently selected and to also select the entire row. The last way to insert multiple rows using shortcut keys is to use the Ctrl + Alt + Shift + "+" shortcut. This shortcut will insert multiple rows below the row that you have currently selected and to also select the entire row.

If you want to insert a row in a specific location, you can do so by selecting the row where you want to insert the new row and then using the Ctrl + Shift + "+" shortcut. This will insert a new row above the row that you have currently selected. You can also use the Ctrl + Alt + I shortcut to insert a new row below the row that you have currently selected. You can also use the Ctrl + Alt + Shift + I shortcut to insert a new row above the row that you have currently selected and to also select the entire row. The last way to insert a row in a specific location using shortcut keys is to use the Ctrl + Alt + Shift + "+" shortcut. This shortcut will insert a new row below the row that you have currently selected and to also select the entire row.

If you want to insert multiple rows in a specific location, you can do so by selecting the number of rows that you want to insert and then selecting the row where you want to insert the new rows. For example, if you want to insert 3 rows in the middle of your spreadsheet, you would first select the 3 rows that you want to insert and then select the row where you want to insert the new rows. After you have selected the row, you would use the Ctrl + Shift + "+" shortcut to insert the 3 new rows above the row that you have currently selected. You can also use the Ctrl + Alt + I shortcut to insert the 3 new rows below the row that you have currently selected. You can also use the Ctrl + Alt + Shift + I shortcut to insert the 3 new rows above the row that you have currently selected and to also select the entire row. The last way to insert multiple rows in a specific location using shortcut keys is to use the Ctrl + Alt + Shift + "+" shortcut. This shortcut will insert the 3 new rows below the row that you have currently selected and to also select the entire row.

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