Excel shortcuts

The Best Keyboard Shortcuts for Selecting Rows in Excel

There are a few different ways to select rows in Excel using keyboard shortcuts. The first way is to hold down the Shift key and then use the arrow keys to select the rows that you want. For example, if you wanted to select rows 1 through 5, you would hold down the Shift key and then press the down arrow key five times. Another way to select rows is to hold down the Ctrl key and then use the arrow keys. For example, if you wanted to select just row 3, you would hold down the Ctrl key and then press the up arrow key twice. Finally, you can also hold down the Ctrl key and the Shift key and then use the arrow keys to select multiple rows. For example, if you wanted to select rows 1 through 5 and 10 through 15, you would hold down the Ctrl key and the Shift key and then press the down arrow key five times and the up arrow key five times.

Once you have selected the rows that you want, you can then use keyboard shortcuts to perform various actions on those rows. For example, you can press the Delete key to delete the selected rows. Or, you can press the Ctrl key and the C key to copy the selected rows. Or, you can press the Ctrl key and the V key to paste the selected rows. There are many other keyboard shortcuts that you can use to perform various actions on selected rows in Excel. Experiment with different shortcuts to see what they do. And, if you can't remember a particular shortcut, you can always use the Help menu to look it up.

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