Excel shortcuts

Shortcuts in Excel to Insert Row

There are many ways to insert a row in Excel. The most common way is to right-click on the row above where you want the new row inserted, and then click Insert Row. But there are also some shortcuts that can be used to insert a row.

To insert a row above the current row, use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + + (press and hold the Ctrl key, then press and hold the Shift key, and then press the + key).

To insert a row below the current row, use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + - (press and hold the Ctrl key, then press and hold the Shift key, and then press the - key).

You can also insert multiple rows at once. To do this, select the number of rows you want to insert, and then use one of the shortcuts above. For example, to insert two rows above the current row, select two rows, and then use the Ctrl + Shift + + shortcut.

If you want to insert a row between two existing rows, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + Alt + I (press and hold the Ctrl key, then press and hold the Alt key, and then press the I key).

You can also insert multiple rows between two existing rows. To do this, select the number of rows you want to insert, and then use the Ctrl + Alt + I shortcut. For example, to insert two rows between two existing rows, select two rows, and then use the Ctrl + Alt + I shortcut.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + Enter to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Enter to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + I to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + Enter to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + Enter to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + Enter to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + Space to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Space to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Space to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + Space to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + Space to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + Space to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + A to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + A to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + A to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + A to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + A to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + A to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + D to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + D to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + D to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + D to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + D to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + D to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + F to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + F to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + F to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + F to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + F to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + F to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + G to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + G to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + G to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + G to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + G to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + G to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + H to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + H to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + H to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + H to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + H to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + H to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + J to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + J to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + J to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + J to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + J to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + J to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + K to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + K to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + K to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + K to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + K to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + K to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + L to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + L to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + L to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + L to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + L to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + L to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + M to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + M to insert a row below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + M to insert a row between two existing rows.

You can also use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + M to insert multiple rows above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift + Ctrl + M to insert multiple rows below the current row.

You can also use the shortcut Alt + Shift + M to insert multiple rows between two existing rows.

There are also some other shortcuts that can be used to insert rows in Excel. For example, you can use the shortcut Ctrl + N to insert a row above the current row, or you can use the shortcut Shift

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