This is a mammoth work. Contains all short cut keys published by Microsoft and also all ALT keys which are not published by Microsoft.
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Last Updated - 29-Sep-15
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You can create your own shortcuts in Excel
The shortcut to display Find and Replace dialog box is
Shortcut to edit active cell is
SHIFT+F2 is shortcut for
The shortcut to display the list of macros
The shortcut to display Format Cells dialog box
To display Go To dialog box, CTRL+G shortcut is used. Another shortcut for the same is
The shortcut for Autosum is
ALT+F11 is shortcut for
CTRL+U is the shortcut for