Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video The top five unknown but useful keyboard shortcuts, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- Excel has many keystroke shortcuts.…Some of the not so well-known shortcuts…are displayed in a blue box…on the right side of this worksheet.…Let's imagine we're viewing this worksheet…right now, and we want to see more data.…Maybe some of my coworkers are looking over my shoulder,…trying to scan this data.…We'd just like to see more records on the screen.…We're currently seeing 25 rows right now.…I want to essentially hide the entire ribbon.…In other words, go to full screen.…There used to be a command on the View tab…called full screen.…It's no longer there.…
We can press control, shift, F1.…It hides the entire ribbon menu system…instead of 25 rows, we're now seeing 32 rows.…Of course, that will vary depending on your zoom factor.…How do we get back to normal?…This is what we sometimes call a toggle switch.…Control, shift, F1, we're back to normal.…At other times when working with a feature like this,…you might want to retain at least the ribbon tabs.…For example, the words File, Home, Insert,…but hide the icons below it.…
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