707234332 by Unknown

707234332 by Unknown

Language: eng
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Click the tab in the upper-left corner of your document to highlight everything at once. Would you like to select every option in a specific row or column? Just as easy, with these shortcuts: Command + Shift + Down/Up = Select Column Command + Shift + Right/Left + Select Row on Macintosh; Control + Shift + Down/Up = Select Column Control + Shift + Right/Left = Select Row on PC When working with large data sets, but only needing to select a subset, this shortcut is helpful. 2. Quickly open, close, or create a worksheet. Do you need to rapidly create, close, or open a workbook? One minute or less can be spent on any of the aforementioned tasks by using the keyboard shortcuts listed below. To open on a Mac, type Command + O. To open on a PC, type Control + O. To close, type Control + F4 Control + N. To create a new document, type Command + N. Convert the numbers you have to a currency. Would you like to turn any unprocessed data you have into cash? The response is simple: pay scales, marketing expenditures, or event ticket sales.

Once you've selected the cells you wish to reformat, press Control + Shift + $. Take note that percentages can also be used with this shortcut. If you want to designate a column of numerical values as "%" figures, replace "$" with "percent". 4. Enter the current time and date in a cell. If you are keeping track of things you are checking off your to-do list or recording social media posts, you might want to consider including a stamp in your worksheet. To start, select the cell where this data will be added. After that, you can insert the current date and time by pressing Control + ; (semi-colon) to insert the current date or by pressing Shift + ; (semi-colon) to insert the current time. Alternatively, you can press SPACE, Control + Shift + ;, and then Control + ; to insert the current date and time. 6.3 Quick Tips for Excel 1. The tabs' colour can be changed. If you find yourself with numerous pages in a single document—which happens to all of us occasionally—you can easily locate the pages you need by colour-coding the tabs. For instance, you could label the marketing reports from this month as orange and those from the previous month as red.


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