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Excel Keyboard shortcuts are used by almost every one of the 750 million Microsoft Excel users worldwide.  They range from the CTRL combinations shortcuts to the Function keys shortcuts as well as many other Excel keyboard shortcuts.

In this episode I go through my top 10 favorite Excel keyboard shortcuts that will save you heaps of time when working with Excel data.

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Top 10 Excel Keyboard Shortcuts

#10: CTRL + F1 Hides/Shows the Ribbon Menu

#9: CTRL + Backspace Go back to the active cell

#8: CTRL + or +  Delete or Insert a Row/Column

#7: CTRL + D or R  Copy Down or Copy Right

#6: F4  Repeats last command or Absolute Reference for formulas

#5: CTRL + *  Highlights all your range of data

#4: CTRL + SHIFT + ↔ ↨ Move to last cell or Highlight to last cell in your data

#3: F9 Check your math

#2: CTRL + ENTER Fill down

#1: CTRL + 1 Format Dialogue Box

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