CP012: Top 10 Excel Keyboard Shortcuts for you
In the 12th session of Chandoo.org podcast, lets get productive fast.
Announcement: Short format podcasts sessions once a month
Based on your feedback, I am adding short format sessions (20 mins). These short format sessions will run once a month (along with longer sessions that we publish almost every week) so that you have something light & easy to chew between heavy doses of Excel awesomeness.
I hope you like this new format. Do let me know what you think in comments.
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What is in this session?
Keyboard shortcuts are the low hanging fruits you must pluck in your journey to of Excel awesomeland. Just by learning a few handful shortcuts, you can save tons of time, work faster and create lasting impact. Not just that, learning something new (like shortcuts) can make you smart & sexy (as they as in Big Bang Theory, Smart is the new Sexy).
In this podcast, you will learn,
- Announcement about the short format podcast sessions
- 20 minute rule
- Top 10 keyboard shortcuts (according to me)
- ALT Key
- CTRL + 1
- ALT + ESV (or Menu Key + V)
- Function key shortcuts (F2, F3 & F4)
- & More
Go ahead and listen to the show
Links & Resources mentioned in this session:
20 minute rule
Important Keyboard Shortcuts
- 10 Keyboard shortcuts I can’t live without
- 5 Shortcuts to write better formulas
- Comprehensive List of Excel Keyboard Shortcuts
- Right click from keyboard, not mouse
- TEST: How fast can you use keyboard in Excel?
Transcript of this session:
What are your favorite Excel keyboard shortcuts?
Go ahead and tell us in comments. I am hoping to learn a few more useful ones.
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My name is Chandoo. Thanks for dropping by. My mission is to make you awesome in Excel & your work. I live in Wellington, New Zealand. When I am not F9ing my formulas, I cycle, cook or play lego with my kids. Know more about me.
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