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The Best Keyboard Shortcuts for Selecting Cells in Excel

If you're an Excel power user, you know that selecting cells is a fundamental skill. The better you are at selecting cells, the faster you can work in Excel. In this article, we'll share the best keyboard shortcuts for selecting cells in Excel.

To select a single cell, just click on it with your mouse. To select a range of cells, click on the first cell in the range, then hold down the Shift key and click on the last cell in the range. This will select the entire range of cells between the first and last cell.

If you want to select a column or row, click on the column or row header. For example, to select column A, click on the A column header. To select row 1, click on the 1 row header. To select multiple columns or rows, click on the first column or row header, then hold down the Shift key and click on the last column or row header.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard. To select a single cell, just use the arrow keys to move to the cell you want to select. To select a range of cells, move to the first cell in the range, then hold down the Shift key and use the arrow keys to move to the last cell in the range. This will select the entire range of cells between the first and last cell.

If you want to select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Spacebar shortcut. For example, to select column A, press Ctrl+Spacebar while in any cell in column A. To select row 1, press Ctrl+Spacebar while in any cell in row 1. To select multiple columns or rows, press Ctrl+Spacebar while in the first column or row, then use the arrow keys to move to the last column or row. This will select the entire range of columns or rows between the first and last column or row.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Go To command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+G shortcut, then type the cell address in the Go To dialog box and press Enter. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+G shortcut, then type the first cell address and the last cell address in the Go To dialog box, separated by a colon (:). For example, to select cells A1:A10, you would type A1:A10 in the Go To dialog box. Press Enter to select the range.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Select command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+8 shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+8 shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+8 shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+8 shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Find command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+F shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+F shortcut, then type the first cell address and the last cell address in the Find dialog box, separated by a colon (:). For example, to select cells A1:A10, you would type A1:A10 in the Find dialog box. Press Enter to select the range.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Data Validation command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+V shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+V shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+V shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+V shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Insert command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+I shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+I shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+I shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+I shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Delete command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+D shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+D shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+D shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+D shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Format command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Sort command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+S shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+S shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+S shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+S shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Filter command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the PivotTable command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+P shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+P shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+P shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+P shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Chart command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+C shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+C shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+C shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+C shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Macro command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+M shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+M shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+M shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple columns or rows, use the Ctrl+Shift+M shortcut, then press the Spacebar and use the arrow keys to select the range of columns or rows you want to select.

You can also select cells by using the keyboard shortcuts for the Table command. To select a single cell, just use the Ctrl+Shift+T shortcut. To select a range of cells, use the Ctrl+Shift+T shortcut, then use the arrow keys to select the range of cells you want to select. To select a column or row, use the Ctrl+Shift+T shortcut, then press the Spacebar. To select multiple

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