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  • 1. 15 magic Excel functions which will make your life much easier
  • 2. Write 2 rows in one cell
    Alt+Enter
  • 3. 2. F2 function
    Edit text in a cell
  • 4. 3. Shift+space
    Select an entire row
  • 5. Select entire column
    4. Ctrl+ space
  • 6. Selects all domain
    5. Ctrl+*,ctrl+a,ctrl+shift+space
  • 7. Selects the entire row/column from the selected cell until the next empty cell
    6. Ctrl+shift+↕↔
  • 8. Selects the cells
    7. Shift+↕↔
  • 9. Press one time and lock both row and column
    Press two times and lock the row
    Press three times and lock the column
    Press three times and unlock both row and column
    8. F4 function
  • 10. Selects nearby worksheets
    9. Shift+ctrl+pageup/down
  • 11. Turn on extending a selection by using the arrow keys
    10. F8 function
  • 12. Extend the selection to the last used cell on the worksheet (lower-right corner)
    11. CTRL+SHIFT+END
  • 13. Extends the selection to the beginning of the worksheet
    12. CTRL+SHIFT+HOME
  • 14. Add another range of cells to the selection; or use the arrow keys to move to the start of the range you want to add, and then press F8 and the arrow keys to select the next range
    13. SHIFT+F8
  • 15. Shows the formula behind the value
    14. Ctrl+~
  • 16. Adds a new column
    15. Alt+i+c
  • 17. Good luck with your excel work!