Excel shortcuts

The Top 10 M.S. Excel Shortcut Keys You Need to Know

If you use Microsoft Excel on a regular basis, you know that it can be quite tedious to constantly be reaching for the mouse to click on different menu items. This is where shortcut keys come in handy. By memorizing a few keystrokes, you can save yourself a lot of time and effort.

Here are the top 10 M.S. Excel shortcut keys that you need to know:

  1. Ctrl + N: This shortcut key will create a new workbook.
  2. Ctrl + O: This shortcut key will open an existing workbook.
  3. Ctrl + S: This shortcut key will save the current workbook.
  4. Ctrl + P: This shortcut key will print the current workbook.
  5. Ctrl + F: This shortcut key will open the Find dialog box.
  6. Ctrl + H: This shortcut key will open the Replace dialog box.
  7. Ctrl + B: This shortcut key will make the selected text bold.
  8. Ctrl + I: This shortcut key will make the selected text italic.
  9. Ctrl + U: This shortcut key will underline the selected text.
  10. Ctrl + Z: This shortcut key will undo the last action.

These are just a few of the most commonly used shortcut keys in Excel. By memorizing these keystrokes, you can speed up your work and get more done in less time.

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