Different Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Shortcut Keys.

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Hello, everyone, I am aware of only a few shortcut keys, and they are really accommodating while working in Microsoft Office Excel 2010. Kindly provide me all the possible combination of keys to work more frequently and simply.

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Different Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Shortcut Keys.

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Here below are given few shortcut keys to work in excel.
You can press the Alt key, and you will see the different combination at the top ribbon.

Ctrl + C for copy
Ctrl+ V for paste
Ctrl+ A to select all text
Ctrl+ pg up to switch between tabs left to right
Ctrl+ Pg Dn to switch between tabs right to left.
CTRL+SHIFT+ ( unhide the hidden text
CTRL+SHIFT+% applies the percentage formula
CTRL+SHIFT+^ applies the scientific format

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Different Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Shortcut Keys.

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In Microsoft Office Excel, there are many different shortcut keys that users can use. Simply pressing on the ALT key will display the Key Tips, the shortcuts for the Ribbon. To select a tab, just press on the equivalent letter like “N” for the “Insert” tab. After that, the Key Tip badges for that tab will appear then just press the key for the button you want.

Office Excel ribbon shortcuts or Key Tips

Keyboard shortcuts from previous versions of Microsoft Office Excel will still work in Office Excel 2010 like the CTRL + C for copy and CTRL + V for paste. The following list contains some of the keyboard shortcuts you can use in Microsoft Office Excel 2010:

  • CTRL + PgUp — this shortcut switches between worksheet tabs from left to right.
  • CTRL + PgDn — this shortcut switches between worksheet tabs from right to left.
  • CTRL + SHIFT + ( — this unhides any hidden rows within the selection.
  • CTRL + SHIFT + & — this shortcut applies the outline border to the selected cells.
  • CTRL + SHIFT + _ — this removes the outline border from the selected cells.
  • CTRL + SHIFT + ~ — this applies the General number format.
  • CTRL + SHIFT + : — this shortcut enters the current time.
  • CTRL + ; — this enters the current date.
  • CTRL + B — this shortcut applies or removes the bold formatting.
  • CTRL + C — this shortcut copies the selected cell or cells.

For the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, visit Excel keyboard shortcuts for Windows.

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