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Shortcut for Selecting a Data Range in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can select a data range in Excel. One way is to click on the first cell in the range that you want to select, and then hold down the Shift key while you click on the last cell in the range. This will select the entire range of cells between the first and last cell that you clicked on. Another way to select a range is to click on the first cell in the range, and then hold down the Ctrl key while you click on each of the other cells in the range. This will allow you to select non-adjacent cells, which can be helpful if you want to select a specific set of data from a larger data set.

If you want to select an entire row or column of data, you can click on the row or column header. For example, if you want to select an entire column, you would click on the column header (the letter at the top of the column). If you want to select an entire row, you would click on the row header (the number at the left side of the row). You can also hold down the Shift key while clicking on multiple row or column headers to select multiple rows or columns at once.

Once you have selected the cells that you want, there are a few different things that you can do with them. One thing that you might want to do is copy them so that you can paste them elsewhere. To do this, you can press Ctrl+C. This will copy your selection so that you can paste it elsewhere. Another thing that you might want to do is cut your selection so that you can move it to another location. To do this, you can press Ctrl+X. This will cut your selection so that you can paste it elsewhere.

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