Must-have Excel shortcuts no workbook can do without
I know, I know, these are basic shortcuts and most of you are comfortable with them. Still, let me write them down again for beginners.
Note for newbies: The plus sign "+" means the keys should be pressed simultaneously. The Ctrl and Alt keys are located on the bottom left and bottom right sides of most keyboards.
|Ctrl + N||Create a new workbook.|
|Ctrl + O||Open an existing workbook.|
|Ctrl + S||Save the active workbook.|
|F12||Save the active workbook under a new name, displays the Save as dialog box.|
|Ctrl + W||Close the active workbook.|
|Ctrl + C||Copy the contents of the selected cells to Clipboard.|
|Ctrl + X||Cut the contents of the selected cells to Clipboard.|
|Ctrl + V||Insert the contents of the Clipboard into the selected cell(s).|
|Ctrl + Z||Undo your last action. Panic button :)|
|Ctrl + P||Open the "Print" dialog.|