Excel Guides

Creating Selections in Excel

There are a few different ways to create selections in Excel. The first way is to click and drag your mouse over the cells you want to select. Another way is to click on the first cell you want to select, hold down the shift key, and then click on the last cell you want to select. This will select all of the cells in between the first and last cell. You can also click on the first cell you want to select, hold down the ctrl key, and then click on each additional cell you want to select. This will allow you to select multiple cells that are not next to each other.

If you want to select an entire row or column, you can click on the row or column header. For example, if you want to select column A, you would click on the A at the top of the column. If you want to select multiple rows or columns that are next to each other, you can click on the first row or column header, hold down the shift key, and then click on the last row or column header. This will select all of the rows or columns in between the first and last row or column.

You can also select multiple rows or columns that are not next to each other by clicking on the first row or column header, holding down the ctrl key, and then clicking on each additional row or column header. This is a good way to quickly select all of the data in your worksheet.

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