One of my favourite Excel keyboard shortcut and one that I use hundreds of times per week is the insert or delete rows and columns.

All you have to do is select the whole row or column with your mouse and then press the following:

CTRL + to delete or CTRL + + to insert

Remove Columns & Rows

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