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The Best Shortcut to Filtering Data in Excel

If you work with data in Excel, you know how important it is to be able to filter that data quickly and easily. Filtering data allows you to focus on the information that you need, and to get rid of the rest. It can be a real time-saver!

There are a few different ways to filter data in Excel. The most common way is to use the filter buttons that are built into the headers of each column. To use this method, simply click the button for the column you want to filter, and then select the criteria you want to use. For example, you could filter a column for all the cells that contain the word "red."

Another way to filter data is to use the Filter command on the Data tab of the ribbon. This method gives you more options for filtering, and can be a bit quicker than using the filter buttons. To use this method, select the data you want to filter, and then click the Filter command on the Data tab. In the Filter dialog box, select the column you want to filter, and then choose the criteria you want to use.

One of the quickest and easiest ways to filter data is to use a shortcut. The shortcut for filtering data is to select the data you want to filter, and then press the Alt + D + F + F keys simultaneously. This shortcut will open the Filter dialog box, with the column you last filtered selected. From there, you can choose your criteria and filter the data.

If you use Excel a lot, learning this shortcut can save you a lot of time. Filtering data is a common task, and being able to do it quickly and easily can be a real time-saver!

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