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Use Excel Subscript Shortcuts to Type Faster

If you're like most people, you probably spend a lot of time typing in Microsoft Excel. And if you're like most people, you probably wish you could type a little bit faster. Well, there's good news: you can type faster in Excel by using subscript shortcuts. Subscript shortcuts are special characters that you can type by using a combination of keys on your keyboard. For example, the shortcut for the "th" character is to hold down the Alt key and type 0163 on the numeric keypad. The shortcut for the "TM" character is to hold down the Alt key and type 0153 on the numeric keypad. And the shortcut for the "�" character is to hold down the Alt key and type 0174 on the numeric keypad.

So how do you use these shortcuts to type faster in Excel? It's actually quite simple. Just hold down the Alt key and type the appropriate number on the numeric keypad. For example, to type the "th" character, you would hold down the Alt key and type 0163 on the numeric keypad. To type the "TM" character, you would hold down the Alt key and type 0153 on the numeric keypad. And to type the "�" character, you would hold down the Alt key and type 0174 on the numeric keypad.

You can also use subscript shortcuts to type faster in other Microsoft Office programs, such as Word and PowerPoint. Just hold down the Alt key and type the appropriate number on the numeric keypad. For example, to type the "th" character in Word, you would hold down the Alt key and type 0163 on the numeric keypad. To type the "TM" character in PowerPoint, you would hold down the Alt key and type 0153 on the numeric keypad.

So there you have it: a quick and easy way to type faster in Excel by using subscript shortcuts. Give it a try and see how much faster you can type!

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