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List of All Microsoft Office Excel Keyboard Shortcuts

Microsoft Office Excel is world wide used office tool which allows users to organize, format, and calculate data with formulas using a spreadsheet system broken up by rows and columns. If you want to be a professional in MS Excel, then you must learn all MS Excel shortcut key combination to make yourself faster and better with Microsoft Excel. Here we present A to Z list of all keyboard shortcut key combinations for MS Excel. You can also download list of all Microsoft Office Excel keyboard shortcuts in pdf file at the end of the post.

Microsoft Excel Shortcut Key Combinations

All MS Excel Shortcut Key Combinations
Ctrl + A Select All
Ctrl + B Bold the selected text/cell
Ctrl + C Copy the selected text/cell
Ctrl + D Uses the fill down command to copy the contents and format of topmost cell of a selected range into the cells below.
Ctrl + F Find
Ctrl + G Displays GOTO dialog box
Ctrl + H Replace
Ctrl + I Italicize the text
Ctrl + J Justify the text
Ctrl + K Opens “Insert Hyperlink” window for new hyperlink or Opens “Edit Hyperlink” window for selected existing hyperlink.
Ctrl + N Creates a new blank workbox
Ctrl + O Open an existing MS Excel Document
Ctrl + P Shows the Print window
Ctrl + R Uses the fill right command to copy the contents and formatting of the leftmost cell of the selected range into the cells to right
Ctrl + S Saves active MS Excel document with its current filename and format.
Ctrl + T Displays the Create Table dialog box.
Ctrl + U Underline selected text
Ctrl + V Paste copied text/cells
Ctrl + W Closes the selected workbook window.
Ctrl + X Cut selected text/cells
Ctrl + Y Repeat the last action or command if possible.
Ctrl + Z Undo a previous action
Ctrl + 0 Hides the selected columns
Ctrl + 6 Alternates between hiding objects, displaying objects and displaying placeholders.
Ctrl + 8 Displays or hides the outline symbols
Ctrl + 9 Hides the selected rows.
“List of All MS Excel Shortcut Key Combinations”
Ctrl + PageUp Switches between worksheet tabs from left to right.
Ctrl + PageDown Switches between worksheet tabs from right to left.
Ctrl + Shift + ( Unhides any hidden rows within selection.
Ctrl + Shift + ) Unhides any hidden columns within selection.
Ctrl + F5 XL, restores the window size
Ctrl + F6 Next workbook window.
Ctrl + Shift + F6 Previous workbook window.
Ctrl + F9 To minimize the workbook.
Ctrl + F11 To Open VBE
Ctrl + Shift + F1 To open new worksheet
Ctrl + Shift + TAB To activate previous workbook.
Ctrl + Shift + & Applies the outline border to the selected cells.
Ctrl + Shift + ~ Applies the general number format.
Ctrl + Shift + $ Applies the currency format with two decimal places (Negative numbers in parentheses)
Ctrl + Shift + % Applies the percentage format with no decimal places.
Ctrl + Shift + * Selects the current region around the active cell (the data area enclosed by blank rows and blank columns) in a PivotTable, it selects the Entire Pivot table report.
Ctrl + Shift + : Enters the current time.
Ctrl + Shift + “ Copies the values from the cell above the active cell into the cell or formula bar.
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F4 During formula typing, adjusts the reference type, absolute to relative, otherwise repeat last action.
Ctrl + ;/: Insert current date.
Ctrl + “/’ Copies value from cell above to current cell.
Shift + F2 Edits a cell comment.
Alt + F8 Opens macro dialog box.
Alt + +/= Auto sums selected cells and place values in cells beneath.
Ctrl + Shift + $/4 Currency formats current cell.
Ctrl + Shift + &/7 Applies outline borders to selected cells.
Ctrl + Shift + !/1 Comma formats current cell.
Ctrl + Shift + F Activates fonts drop list.
Ctrl + Shift + P Activates fonts point size window.
Alt + F1 Creates a chart of data in current range.
Alt + Shift + F1 Inserts a new worksheet.
Ctrl + F2 Displays print preview window.
F3 Displays paste name dialog box.
Shift + F3 Displays the Insert Function dialog box.
Ctrl + F4 Closes the selected workbook window.
Shift + F6 Switches between worksheet, Zoom controls, task panel and Ribbon.
Ctrl + Spacebar Selects an entire column.
Shift + Spacebar Selects the entire row.
Ctrl + Shift + Spacebar Selects entire worksheet,

  • If worksheet contains data, Ctrl + Shift + Spacebar selects current region.
  • Pressing Ctrl + Shift + Spacebar second time selects the current region and its summery rows.
  • Pressing Ctrl + Shift + Spacebar third time selects entire worksheet.
Alt + Spacebar Displays the Control menu for the Microsoft Office Excel window.
Shift + Tab Moves to previous cell in worksheet or move to previous option in dialog box.
Ctrl + Tab Switches to next Tab in dialog box.
Ctrl + Shift + Tab Switches to previous tab in dialog box.
Ctrl + END
  • Moves to the last cell in the worksheet, in the lowest used row of the rightmost column.
  •  If the curser is in the formula bar, moves the curser to the end of the text.
Ctrl + Shift + END
  • Extends the selection of the cells to the last cell used on the worksheet (lower right corner).
  • If the curser is in the formula bar, selects all the text in the formula bar from the curser position to the end (this does not affect the height of the formula).
A to Z list of all keyboard shortcut key combinations for MS Excel
Alt + Enter Starts a new line in the same cell.
Ctrl + Enter Fills the selected cell range with current entry.
Shift + Enter Completes a cell entry and selects the cell above.
Esc
  • Cancels an entry in the cell of the formula bar.
  • Closes an open menu or sub-menu, dialog box or message menu.
  • Closes full screen mode and returns to normal mode to display Ribbon and Status bar again.
Arrow Keys Move one cell Up, Down, Left or Right in worksheet.
Shift + Arrow Keys Extends the selection of cells by one.
Ctrl + Arrow Keys Moves to the edge of the current data region in a worksheet.
Backspace
  • Deletes one character to the left in formula bar
  • Also clears the content of the active cell
  • In cell editing mode, deletes one character to the left of insertion point.
Delete
  • Deletes cell contents (formula and data) from selected cells without affecting cell format or comments.
  • In cell editing mode, it deletes one character to the right of insertion point.

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