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Adjusting Date Values by Keypress in Excel

There are a few different ways to adjust date values by keypress in Excel. One way is to use the arrow keys on your keyboard. For example, if you want to move forward one day, you would press the right arrow key. To move back one day, you would press the left arrow key. You can also use the up and down arrow keys to move forward or back by a week. Another way to adjust date values by keypress in Excel is to use the Page Up and Page Down keys. These keys will move you forward or back by a month. You can also hold down the Shift key while pressing the arrow keys to move by a larger increment. For example, holding down Shift and pressing the right arrow key will move you forward by a year. Holding down Shift and pressing the left arrow key will move you back by a year. If you want even more control over your date values, you can use the Home and End keys on your keyboard. The Home key will take you to the beginning of the current month, while the End key will take you to the end of the current month. Finally, you can use the Ctrl+arrow keys to jump to specific days, months, or years. For example, Ctrl+right arrow will take you to the next month, while Ctrl+left arrow will take you to the previous month. Ctrl+up arrow will take you to the next year, while Ctrl+down arrow will take you to the previous year.

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