Excel shortcuts

## How to Use the Autosum Shortcut in Excel

If you're like most people, you probably use the Autosum shortcut in Excel quite often. After all, it's a great way to quickly add up a column or row of numbers. But did you know that there's more to the Autosum shortcut than just adding numbers? In this article, we'll take a look at some of the other things you can do with the Autosum shortcut in Excel.

For starters, let's take a look at how to use the Autosum shortcut to quickly add up a column or row of numbers. To do this, simply select the cells you want to add, then press the Autosum shortcut (Alt + =). Excel will automatically add up the numbers and display the sum in the cell below or to the right of the selection.

But the Autosum shortcut can do more than just add numbers. For example, you can use it to quickly find the average of a selection of cells. To do this, simply select the cells you want to find the average of, then press the Autosum shortcut (Alt + =). Excel will automatically calculate the average and display it in the cell below or to the right of the selection.

You can also use the Autosum shortcut to quickly find the minimum or maximum value in a selection of cells. To do this, simply select the cells you want to find the minimum or maximum value of, then press the Autosum shortcut (Alt + =). Excel will automatically find the minimum or maximum value and display it in the cell below or to the right of the selection.

Finally, you can use the Autosum shortcut to quickly count the number of cells in a selection. To do this, simply select the cells you want to count, then press the Autosum shortcut (Alt + =). Excel will automatically count the number of cells and display the count in the cell below or to the right of the selection.

As you can see, the Autosum shortcut is a powerful tool that can save you a lot of time when working with numbers in Excel. So the next time you need to add, average, find the minimum or maximum value, or count the number of cells in a selection, be sure to give the Autosum shortcut a try.

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