Excel shortcuts

15 Mac Excel Shortcuts You Need to Know

If you're a Mac user, you know that there are certain shortcuts that make using your computer a lot easier. The same goes for Microsoft Excel. While there are plenty of shortcuts that are specific to Excel, there are also some general ones that work with any program. Here are 15 Mac Excel shortcuts you need to know.

1. Command + N: This shortcut will create a new workbook in Excel. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will create a new one in the foreground.

2. Command + O: This shortcut will open an existing workbook in Excel. You can also use this shortcut to open a new workbook if you have multiple workbooks open.

3. Command + S: This shortcut will save your workbook. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will save the one in the foreground.

4. Command + W: This shortcut will close your workbook. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will close the one in the foreground.

5. Command + P: This shortcut will print your workbook. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will print the one in the foreground.

6. Command + Z: This shortcut will undo your last action. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will undo your last action in the foreground.

7. Command + Y: This shortcut will redo your last action. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will redo your last action in the foreground.

8. Command + F: This shortcut will open the Find dialog box. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will open the Find dialog box in the foreground.

9. Command + H: This shortcut will open the Replace dialog box. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will open the Replace dialog box in the foreground.

10. Command + G: This shortcut will open the Go To dialog box. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will open the Go To dialog box in the foreground.

11. Command + A: This shortcut will select all the cells in your worksheet. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will select all the cells in the worksheet in the foreground.

12. Command + B: This shortcut will bold the selected cells. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will bold the selected cells in the foreground.

13. Command + I: This shortcut will italicize the selected cells. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will italicize the selected cells in the foreground.

14. Command + U: This shortcut will underline the selected cells. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will underline the selected cells in the foreground.

15. Command + Shift + F: This shortcut will open the Format Cells dialog box. If you have multiple workbooks open, this shortcut will open the Format Cells dialog box in the foreground.

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