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How to Insert a Shortcut in Excel

If you work with Microsoft Excel on a regular basis, you may find yourself using the same commands over and over again. Rather than reaching for the mouse every time you need to perform a common task, you can insert a shortcut in Excel that will allow you to complete the task quickly and efficiently. This article will show you how to insert a shortcut in Excel so that you can save time and increase your productivity.

The first step is to open the Microsoft Excel application. Once Excel is open, click on the �File� tab in the upper-left corner of the screen. This will open the �Backstage View,� which is where you can manage your workbook, sheets, and data. In the �Backstage View,� click on the �Options� button in the lower-right corner.

This will open the �Excel Options� dialog box. In the �Excel Options� dialog box, click on the �Customize Ribbon� button in the left pane. This will open the �Customize the Ribbon� dialog box. In the �Customize the Ribbon� dialog box, click on the �New Tab� button in the right pane.

This will create a new tab in the �Customize the Ribbon� dialog box. In the �Name� field, type a name for the new tab. In the �Choose commands from� drop-down list, select the �Commands Not in the Ribbon� option. This will display a list of all the commands that are available in Excel but are not currently being used in the Ribbon.

Scroll through the list of commands and find the one that you want to insert as a shortcut. For this example, we will insert the �Paste Special� command. Once you have found the command that you want to insert, click on it and then click on the �Add� button. This will add the command to the new tab that you created.

Now that the command has been added to the new tab, you can click on the �OK� button to close the �Customize the Ribbon� dialog box. This will take you back to the �Excel Options� dialog box. In the �Excel Options� dialog box, click on the �OK� button to close the dialog box and apply your changes.

You will now see the new tab that you created in the Ribbon. The new tab will contain the shortcut that you inserted. You can now click on the shortcut to quickly access the �Paste Special� command. This is a quick and easy way to insert a shortcut in Excel so that you can save time and increase your productivity.

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