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Select noncontiguous ranges and visible cells only

Select noncontiguous ranges and visible cells only: Excel for Mac 2016: Tips and Tricks
Select noncontiguous ranges and visible cells only: Excel for Mac 2016: Tips and Tricks

To select non-contiguous cells (prior to entering data, applying formatting, or deleting data), use the control key and the mouse. To copy a range of data containing hidden rows and/or hidden columns, select the entire range and press command+shift+* (asterisk) to select just the visible cells just before copying.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel for Mac Microsoft Office

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