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Selecting a Word in Excel

When you want to select a word in Excel, there are a few different ways that you can do it. One way is to click on the cell that contains the word you want to select. Then, press and hold down the Ctrl key on your keyboard. While you are holding down the Ctrl key, press the Shift key and then press the Right Arrow key. This will highlight the word that is to the right of where your cursor is currently located. If you want to select multiple words, you can keep pressing the Right Arrow key until all of the words you want to select are highlighted.

Another way to select a word in Excel is to double-click on the cell that contains the word. This will automatically highlight the word for you. You can also triple-click on a cell to select the entire contents of that cell, including any words that may be in it.

Once you have selected the word or words that you want, you can then do whatever you want with them. For example, you could change the font color, delete them, or even cut and paste them into another location. Just remember that when you are selecting multiple words, they must all be adjacent to each other in order for you to be able to select them all at once.

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