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The Subscript Shortcut in Excel You Need to Know

If you work with large amounts of data in Excel, you know that it can be tedious to scroll through all of the rows and columns to find the information you need. Wouldn't it be great if there were a way to quickly jump to the exact cell you need without having to scroll? Well, there is! The subscript shortcut is a little-known but extremely useful tool that can save you a lot of time and frustration when working with large Excel spreadsheets.

The subscript shortcut is simple: just press Ctrl + Shift + the number of the row or column you want to jump to. For example, if you want to jump to row 12, you would press Ctrl + Shift + 12. If you want to jump to column B, you would press Ctrl + Shift + 2. You can also use this shortcut to quickly select a range of cells. For example, if you want to select cells B2:B5, you would press Ctrl + Shift + 2, 5.

This shortcut may not seem like much, but it can be a huge time-saver when you're working with large spreadsheets. Give it a try the next time you're working with an Excel spreadsheet and see how much easier it is to find the information you need!

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