Shortcuts can be awesome. Nothing like a couple quick keys to do a function that would otherwise be a drag. So if you’re tired are Bill G’s Drag Race (yes, that’s a RuPaul reference) check these out:
Microsoft’s XLS RSS feed for outlook is great. I get only 1-2 updates a week, and you get gems and reposts like this.
But with that said, did you ever get a list of shortcuts and realize it’s harder to remember them and put them into use? Nothing worse than when some jackass jackalope posts a link to a few dozen shortcuts.
So here’s a few of my faves, great to put on a Post-it, and I promise after a week you’ll have them memorized and use them daily:
Shift + Space – select row
Ctrl + Space – select column
Shift + Enter – move active cell up in a selection
Ctrl + Shift + down arrow/up arrow – select from highlight cell down (or up) to the last active cell
Ctrl + Shift + left arrow/right arrow – select from hightlighted cell left (or right) to the last active cell
I admit I’ve been using the Ctrl+shift+arrows for a long time, but Shift+Enter and Shift+Space were new to me.
So it may have taken the longway, but I got a new shortcut.