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5 Easy Select Row Shortcuts in Excel

If you work with data in Microsoft Excel, you know how important it is to be able to quickly and easily select rows of data. After all, if you can't select the data you want, you can't work with it! Luckily, there are a few different ways to select rows in Excel, and we're going to show you 5 of the best.

One of the easiest ways to select a row is to click on the row number on the left-hand side of the screen. This will select the entire row, no matter how many columns it has. You can also click and drag to select multiple rows at once.

If you want to be a little more precise in your selection, you can use the Ctrl key on your keyboard. Simply hold down Ctrl and click on the row numbers of the rows you want to select. You can also use Ctrl+A to select all rows in a worksheet.

If you need to select a range of rows, you can click on the first row number, hold down the Shift key, and then click on the last row number. This will select all rows in between the two numbers you clicked on. You can also use the Ctrl+Shift+A shortcut to select all rows in a worksheet.

If you want to select every other row, you can click on the first row number, hold down the Ctrl key, and then click on the second row number. This will select every other row in between the two numbers you clicked on. You can also use the Ctrl+Shift+A shortcut to select all rows in a worksheet.

Finally, if you want to select a specific number of rows, you can click on the first row number, hold down the Shift key, and then click on the last row number. This will select all rows in between the two numbers you clicked on. You can also use the Ctrl+Shift+A shortcut to select all rows in a worksheet.

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