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Shortcuts for Moving the Cell Cursor in Excel 2007

Microsoft Office Excel 2007 offers a variety of keyboard shortcuts for selecting a new cell. When you use one of these keystrokes, the program automatically scrolls a new part of the worksheet into view [more…]

Selecting Cells in Excel 2007

Before you can enter your worksheet data in Microsoft Office Excel 2007, you must know how to select cells in a worksheet. The cell cursor is a black border that surrounds the active cell [more…]

Select Excel 2007 Commands with Keyboard Shortcuts

In Microsoft Office Excel 2007, you can select commands on the Ribbon by using keyboard shortcuts. Press the Alt key followed by letter keys displayed on the Ribbon to select the desired Excel command [more…]

Automatically Fix Typos and Add Text with Excel 2007's AutoCorrect Feature

Excel 2007's AutoCorrect feature already knows to automatically fix two initial capital letters in an entry, to capitalize the names of the days of the week, and to replace a set number of text entries [more…]

How to Add Excel 2007 to the Windows Vista Quick Launch Toolbar

If you want to start Microsoft Office Excel 2007 by clicking a single button, you can add the Excel icon to the Quick Launch toolbar. The Quick Launch toolbar resides to the immediate right of the Start [more…]

How to Access Common View Commands in Excel 2007

You can look at the worksheets you create with Excel 2007 from any number of perspectives. You can change the view so that you see — or don’t see — page breaks, grid lines, and dialog boxes, and you can [more…]

How to Access Common Formula Commands in Excel 2007

Possibly the most useful — and used — function in Excel 2007 is the one that helps you create formulas so that you add, count, average, and generally do math functions with the data in your Excel worksheets [more…]

How to Access Common File Commands in Excel 2007

Excel 2007 is an excellent tool for building spreadsheets, or worksheets as Excel calls them. Excel 2007 offers hot keys as well as the command Ribbon introduced in Office 2007 to help you create a new [more…]

How to Access Common Editing Commands in Excel 2007

Sometimes you want to make changes to the information you put into your Excel 2007 worksheets and workbooks (called spreadsheets in the world outside Excel). When that’s the case, you can use the handy [more…]

Shortcuts for Common View Commands in Excel 2007

If you want to change the way you're looking at an Excel 2007 spreadsheet, or the way the page is laid out, use these view command shortcuts (Alt + hot key). [more…]

Shortcuts for Common File Commands in Excel 2007

Instead of using the ribbon for your basic file functions in Excel 2007, check out this chart for keystroke shortcuts ( Alt + hot key) to get your spreadsheet basic commands quickly accomplished. [more…]

Common Editing Command Shortcuts in Excel 2007

As an alternative to using the ribbon in Excel 2007, these shortcut keystrokes (Alt + hot key) get you moving quickly through basic spreadsheet editing functions. [more…]

File Menu Commands: Common Excel 2010 Hot Keys

To activate the Excel 2010 hot keys, you press the Alt key before typing the mnemonic letters for a particular task. The mnemonic letter is F (for File) for the commands on the File menu in the new Backstage [more…]

Hot Keys for Excel 2010 Editing Commands

To activate Excel 2010 hot keys, you press the Alt key before you type the mnemonic letters for a particular task. The mnemonic letter is H (Home) for the editing commands because these commands are located [more…]

Excel 2010 View Commands Hot Keys

You can activate the Excel 2010 hot keys by pressing the Alt key before you type the mnemonic letters for a particular task. The mnemonic letter for all view-related commands in Excel 2010 is [more…]

Hot Keys for Common Excel 2010 Formula Commands

You activate Excel 2010 hot keys by pressing the Alt key before you type the mnemonic letter for a particular task. Hot key sequences for the most common formula-related commands in Excel 2010 begin with [more…]

How to Access Common Excel 2007 File Commands

You can run Excel 2007's basic file commands in two different ways: by pressing a combination of shortcut keys or by clicking in the Excel Ribbon. The following chart shows some of the most common file [more…]

How to Access Common Excel 2007 Formula Commands

The following chart helps get you around easier in Excel 2007. It shows you the quickest way to access Excel's basic formula commands either with the Excel Ribbon or by pressing shortcut keys: [more…]

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