Excel shortcuts

The Top 10 Best Excel Shortcuts You Need to Know

If you're an Excel power user, you know that shortcuts can save you a lot of time. But with so many shortcuts available, it can be hard to know which ones are the most useful. To help you out, we've compiled a list of the top 10 best Excel shortcuts that you need to know.

1. Ctrl + C: This shortcut is used to copy cells or ranges of cells. Simply select the cells you want to copy, then press Ctrl + C. To paste the copied cells, use the shortcut Ctrl + V.

2. Ctrl + X: This shortcut is used to cut cells or ranges of cells. Simply select the cells you want to cut, then press Ctrl + X. To paste the cut cells, use the shortcut Ctrl + V.

3. Ctrl + F: This shortcut is used to find a value in a worksheet. Simply enter the value you're looking for in the Find and Replace dialog box, then press Ctrl + F. Excel will search the worksheet for the value and highlight any cells that contain it.

4. Ctrl + P: This shortcut is used to print a worksheet. Simply press Ctrl + P, then choose the printer and settings you want to use.

5. Ctrl + S: This shortcut is used to save a workbook. Simply press Ctrl + S to save the workbook you're currently working on.

6. Ctrl + Z: This shortcut is used to undo an action. Simply press Ctrl + Z to undo the last action you took. You can press Ctrl + Z multiple times to undo multiple actions.

7. Ctrl + Y: This shortcut is used to redo an action. Simply press Ctrl + Y to redo the last action you took. You can press Ctrl + Y multiple times to redo multiple actions.

8. Ctrl + A: This shortcut is used to select all cells in a worksheet. Simply press Ctrl + A to select all cells in the worksheet.

9. Ctrl + B: This shortcut is used to bold cells or ranges of cells. Simply select the cells you want to bold, then press Ctrl + B.

10. Ctrl + I: This shortcut is used to italicize cells or ranges of cells. Simply select the cells you want to italicize, then press Ctrl + I.

These are just a few of the many useful Excel shortcuts that you can use to save time. For a complete list of shortcuts, consult the Excel help documentation or ask your IT department for help.

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