Excel Shortcuts

BY STANLEY ZAROWIN

EXCEL SHORTCUTS
Format numbers:
    General—Ctrl+Shift+~
    Currency—Ctrl+Shift+$
    Percentage—Ctrl+Shift+%
    Date (d, m, y)—Ctrl+Shift+#
Work in a range:
    Select current range—Ctrl+*
    Move to range border—Ctrl+arrow
    Move down—Enter
    Move up—Shift+Enter
    Move right—Tab
    Move left—Shift+Tab

Stanley Zarowin is a contributing editor to the JofA. His e-mail address is stanley.joatech@gmail.com .

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Because of the volume of mail, I regret I cannot individually answer submitted questions. However, if a reader’s question has broad interest, I will answer it in a forthcoming Technology Q&A column.

 

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