Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Keystroke shortcuts from A to Z - using the Ctrl key, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Voiceover] Excel has well over 200 keystroke shortcuts,…and there's a whole series of them starting with…control A all the way down to control Z.…Now some of these are widely used, some are not,…but it's worth a look at all of them.…Two of them are not used at all,…so there are 24 keystroke shortcuts…that we're about to talk about.…Control J and control M have no keystroke meaning.…Usually when you see these listed…at websites or in books,…you see something like control plus A,…meaning hold down the control key as you click this letter.…Control A has multiple meanings.…
If you click in an empty cell with no data around it,…control A selects the entire worksheet.…That's gonna be handy at times.…If you click where there is data,…and there might be other data on the worksheet…but separated from it,…control A means highlight all the contiguous data.…So I've clicked on cell B5, I'll press control A,…it highlights just this data.…If I want the entire worksheet highlighted,…I'll press control A again.…So if you wanted to highlight the entire worksheet…
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