Excel shortcuts

How to Filter Data in Excel using Keyboard Shortcuts

If you work with data in Excel, you will inevitably need to filter it at some point to find the information you need. Filtering data is a quick and easy way to narrow down a large data set to only the rows that meet certain criteria that you specify. For example, you might want to filter a list of customers to only those who live in a certain state, or filter a list of products to only those that are in stock. Excel makes it easy to filter data using a variety of different methods.

One of the quickest and easiest ways to filter data in Excel is to use keyboard shortcuts. In this article, we will show you how to filter data using keyboard shortcuts, as well as some tips and tricks for using keyboard shortcuts to filter data more efficiently.

The first thing you need to do when filtering data in Excel is to select the data that you want to filter. You can do this by clicking on the cell in the upper-left corner of the data set and then dragging your mouse down to the bottom-right corner of the data set. Alternatively, you can click on the cell in the upper-left corner of the data set and then press the Ctrl + Shift + End keys on your keyboard. This will select the entire data set, including any headers or other cells that are outside of the data set.

Once you have selected the data set, you can filter it by clicking the Filter button on the Data tab of the Excel ribbon. Alternatively, you can press the Ctrl + Shift + L keys on your keyboard. This will insert filter arrows in the header cells of the data set.

To filter the data set, click on the filter arrow in the header cell of the column that you want to filter. A drop-down menu will appear with a variety of different filter options. For example, if you are filtering a list of customers, you might see options such as "Contains", "Does Not Contain", "Starts With", "Ends With", "Equals", "Does Not Equal", "Greater Than", "Less Than", and so on. Select the filter option that you want to use and then enter the value that you want to filter by in the text box. For example, if you want to filter a list of customers to only those who live in California, you would select the "Equals" filter option and then type "CA" in the text box.

Once you have selected the filter option and entered the value, click the OK button. This will filter the data set and only show the rows that meet the criteria that you specified. You can then scroll through the data set and view only the rows that you want to see.

If you want to remove the filter, click the Filter button on the Data tab of the Excel ribbon or press the Ctrl + Shift + L keys on your keyboard. This will remove the filter arrows from the header cells.

You can also filter data using keyboard shortcuts. To do this, select the data set that you want to filter and then press the Ctrl + Shift + F3 keys on your keyboard. This will open the Filter dialog box. Select the column that you want to filter and then choose the filter option and value that you want to use. Once you have done this, click the OK button and the data set will be filtered.

If you want to quickly filter a data set to only the rows that contain a certain value, you can use the AutoFilter feature. To use the AutoFilter feature, select the data set that you want to filter and then click the Filter button on the Data tab of the Excel ribbon or press the Ctrl + Shift + L keys on your keyboard. This will insert filter arrows in the header cells of the data set.

Next, click on the filter arrow in the header cell of the column that you want to filter. A drop-down menu will appear. At the top of the drop-down menu, you will see a search box. Type the value that you want to filter by in the search box and press the Enter key on your keyboard. Excel will then filter the data set and only show the rows that contain the value that you specified.

You can also use keyboard shortcuts to filter data using the AutoFilter feature. To do this, select the data set that you want to filter and then press the Ctrl + Shift + F3 keys on your keyboard. This will open the Filter dialog box. Select the column that you want to filter and then click the AutoFilter button. In the AutoFilter dialog box, type the value that you want to filter by in the search box and press the Enter key on your keyboard. Excel will then filter the data set and only show the rows that contain the value that you specified.

If you want to quickly filter a data set to only the rows that do not contain a certain value, you can use the AutoFilter feature. To use the AutoFilter feature, select the data set that you want to filter and then click the Filter button on the Data tab of the Excel ribbon or press the Ctrl + Shift + L keys on your keyboard. This will insert filter arrows in the header cells of the data set.

Next, click on the filter arrow in the header cell of the column that you want to filter. A drop-down menu will appear. At the top of the drop-down menu, you will see a search box. Type the value that you want to filter by in the search box and press the Enter key on your keyboard. Excel will then filter the data set and only show the rows that do not contain the value that you specified.

You can also use keyboard shortcuts to filter data using the AutoFilter feature. To do this, select the data set that you want to filter and then press the Ctrl + Shift + F3 keys on your keyboard. This will open the Filter dialog box. Select the column that you want to filter and then click the AutoFilter button. In the AutoFilter dialog box, type the value that you want to filter by in the search box and press the Enter key on your keyboard. Excel will then filter the data set and only show the rows that do not contain the value that you specified.

If you want to quickly filter a data set to only the rows that contain a certain value in a specific column, you can use the AutoFilter feature. To use the AutoFilter feature, select the data set that you want to filter and then click the Filter button on the Data tab of the Excel ribbon or press the Ctrl + Shift + L keys on your keyboard. This will insert filter arrows in the header cells of the data set.

Next, click on the filter arrow in the header cell of the column that you want to filter. A drop-down menu will appear. At the top of the drop-down menu, you will see a search box. Type the value that you want to filter by in the search box and press the Enter key on your keyboard. Excel will then filter the data set and only show the rows that contain the value that you specified in the column that you filtered.

You can also use keyboard shortcuts to filter data using the AutoFilter feature. To do this, select the data set that you want to filter and then press the Ctrl + Shift + F3 keys on your keyboard. This will open the Filter dialog box. Select the column that you want to filter and then click the AutoFilter button. In the AutoFilter dialog box, type the value that you want to filter by in the search box and press the Enter key on your keyboard. Excel will then filter the data set and only show the rows that contain the value that you specified in the column that you filtered.

If you want to quickly filter a data set to only the rows that do not contain a certain value in a specific column, you can use the AutoFilter feature. To use the AutoFilter feature, select the data set that you want to filter and then click the Filter button on the Data tab of the Excel ribbon or press the Ctrl + Shift + L keys on your keyboard. This will insert filter arrows in the header cells of the data set.

Next, click on the filter arrow in the header cell of the column that you want to filter. A drop-down menu will appear. At the top of the drop-down menu, you will see a search box. Type the value that you want to filter by in the search box and press the Enter key on your keyboard. Excel will then filter the data set and only show the rows that do not contain the value that you specified in the column that you filtered.

You can also use keyboard shortcuts to filter data using the AutoFilter feature. To do this, select the data set that you want to filter and then press the Ctrl + Shift + F3 keys on your keyboard. This will open the Filter dialog box. Select the column that you want to filter and then click the AutoFilter button. In the AutoFilter dialog box, type the value that you want to filter by in the search box and press the Enter key on your keyboard. Excel will then filter the data set and only show the rows that do not contain the value that you specified in the column that you filtered.

If you want to quickly filter a data set to only the rows that contain a certain value in multiple columns, you can use the AutoFilter feature. To use the AutoFilter feature, select the data set that you want to filter and then click the Filter button on the Data tab

Move beyond 

Excel

Get started with Causal today.
Build models effortlessly, connect them directly to your data, and share them with interactive dashboards and beautiful visuals.