Shortcut to Highlight All Cells in an Excel Worksheet
If you're like most people, you probably spend a lot of time working in Microsoft Excel. And if you're like most people, you probably have a lot of cells in your worksheets that you need to highlight. Maybe you need to highlight all the cells that contain a certain value, or all the cells that are greater than or equal to a certain value. Or maybe you just need to highlight all the cells in a certain range. Whatever the reason, there's a shortcut that can help you quickly highlight all the cells you need.
To highlight all cells in an Excel worksheet, simply press Ctrl+A on your keyboard. That's it! All the cells in the worksheet will be selected. You can then use the formatting options in Excel to quickly format the cells the way you want.
If you only want to highlight a certain range of cells, you can first select the range of cells you want, and then press Ctrl+A. Only the cells in the selected range will be highlighted.
So next time you need to highlight all the cells in an Excel worksheet, remember this shortcut and save yourself some time.
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