Ghar baithe online MS Excel Shortcuts kaise seekhe in Hindi

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MS Excel Shortcuts asani se sikhe

Pichle article mein apna ghar baithe basic MS Excel ke baare me sikha. Is article mein aap MS Excel mein use kiye jaane wale ‘shortcuts’ ke baare mein jaanege.

MS Excel Shortcuts ka pata hona bahut hi zauri hota hai kyuki ye time aur mehnat bachane mein help karte hai. Shortcuts ko use karke aap asani se excel par kaam kar paynge. Shortcuts use karne se kaam karne mein time kam lagta hai. Shortcut use karne ke liye keyboard ki keys ka use kiya jaata hai. Ye shortcuts Excel ke alava aur bhi softwares jaise MS Word mein bhi use kiye jaate hai. 

Neeche main shortcuts and useable key combinations in MS Excel ki list di hui hai.

Aur agar inke alawa aapke mann mein koi aur sawal ya MS Excel shortcuts se judi koi jankari chahte hain toh humare group se judein aur apna sawal puchein. Hum apki poori sahayata karenge. Humse judne ke liye niche click karein –

 

 

NOTE: Shortcuts me agar aapko ek saath do ya zyada keys ko press karna hain uske liye keys ke beech mein plus sign (+) likha gaya hai.

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  • Ctrl+A – Select all contents of a worksheet.
  • Ctrl+B – Bold all cells in the highlighted section.
  • Ctrl+C – Copy all cells in the highlighted section.
  • Ctrl+D – Fill down. Fills the cell beneath with the contents of the selected cell. To fill more than one cell, select          the source cell and press Ctrl+Shift+Down to select multiple cells. Then press Ctrl+D to fill them with the contents of the original cell.
  • Ctrl+F – Search current sheet
  • Ctrl+G – Go to a certain area
  • Ctrl+H – Find and Replace
  • Ctrl+I – Put italics on all cells in the highlighted section
  • Ctrl+K – Inserts a hyperlink
  • Ctrl+N – Creates a new workbook
  • Ctrl+O – Opens a new workbook
  • Ctrl+P – Print the current sheet
  • Ctrl+R – Fill right. Fills the cell to the right with the contents of the selected cell. To fill more than one cell, select      the source cell and press Ctrl+Shift+Right to select multiple cells. Then press Ctrl+R to fill them with the contents of the original cell.
  • Ctrl+S – Saves the current worksheet
  • Ctrl+U – Underlines all cells in the highlighted section
  • Ctrl+V – Pastes everything copied onto the clipboard
  • Ctrl+W – Closes the current workbook
  • Ctrl+X – Cuts all the cells in the highlighted section
  • Ctrl+Y – Repeats the last entry
  • Ctrl+Z – Undo the last section

 

  • Ctrl+1 – Changes the format of the selected cells.
  • Ctrl+2 – Bolds all cells in the highlighted section.
  • Ctrl+3 Puts italics all cells in the highlighted section.
  • Ctrl+4 Underlines all cells in highlighted section.
  • Ctrl+5 Puts a strikethrough all cells in the highlighted section.
  • Ctrl+6 Shows or hides objects.
  • Ctrl+7 Shows or hides the toolbar.
  • Ctrl+8 Toggles the outline symbols.
  • Ctrl+9 Hides rows.
  • Ctrl+0 Hides columns.

 

  • Ctrl+Shift+: – Enters the current time.
  • Ctrl+; – Enters the current date.
  • Ctrl+` – Changes between displaying cell values or formulas in the worksheet.
  • Ctrl+’ – Copies a formula from the cell above.
  • Ctrl+Shift+” – Copies value from cell above.
  • Ctrl+- – Deletes the selected column or row.
  • Ctrl+Shift+= – Inserts a new column or row.
  • Ctrl+Shift+~ – Switches between showing Excel formulas or their values in cells.
  • [email protected]Applies time formatting.
  • Ctrl+Shift+! – Applies comma formatting.
  • Ctrl+Shift+$ – Applies currency formatting.
  • Ctrl+Shift+# – Applies date formatting.
  • Ctrl+Shift+% – Applies percentage formatting.
  • Ctrl+Shift+^ – Applies exponential formatting.
  • Ctrl+Shift+* – Selects the current region around the active cell.
  • Ctrl+Shift+& – Places border around selected cells.
  • Ctrl+Shift+_ – Removes a border.
  • Ctrl++ – Insert.
  • Ctrl+- – Delete.
  • Ctrl+Shift+( – Unhide rows.
  • Ctrl+Shift+) – Unhide columns.
  • Ctrl+/ – Selects the array containing the active cell.
  • Ctrl+\ – Selects the cells that have a static value or don’t match the formula in the active cell.
  • Ctrl+[ – Selects all cells referenced by formulas in the highlighted section.
  • Ctrl+] – Selects cells that contain formulas that reference the active cell.
  • Ctrl+Shift+{ – Selects all cells directly or indirectly referenced by formulas in the highlighted section.
  • Ctrl+Shift+} – Selects cells which contain formulas that directly or indirectly reference the active cell.
  • Ctrl+Shift+| (pipe) – Selects the cells within a column that don’t match the formula or static value in the active      cell.
  • Ctrl+Enter – Fills the selected cells with the current entry.
  • Ctrl+Spacebar – Selects the entire column.
  • Ctrl+Shift+Spacebar – Selects the entire worksheet.
  • Ctrl+Home – Move to cell A1.
  • Ctrl+End – Move to last cell on worksheet.
  • Ctrl+Tab – Move between Two or more open Excel files.
  • Ctrl+Shift+Tab – Activates the previous workbook.
  • Ctrl+Shift+A – Inserts argument names into a formula.
  • Ctrl+Shift+F – Opens the drop-down menu for fonts.
  • Ctrl+Shift+O – Selects all of the cells that contain comments.
  • Ctrl+Shift+P – Opens the drop-down menu for point size.
  • Shift+Insert – Pastes what is stored on the clipboard.
  • Shift+Page Up – In a single column, highlights all cells above that are selected.
  • Shift+Page Down – In a single column, highlights all cells above that are selected.
  • Shift+Home – Highlights all text to the left of the cursor.
  • Shift+End – Highlights all text to the right of the cursor.
  • Shift+Up Arrow – Extends the highlighted area up one cell.
  • Shift+Down Arrow – Extends the highlighted area down one cell.
  • Shift+Left Arrow – Extends the highlighted area left one character.
  • Shift +Right Arrow – Extends the highlighted area right one character.
  • Alt+Tab – Cycles through applications.
  • Alt+Spacebar – Opens the system menu.
  • Alt+Backspace – Undo.
  • Alt+Enter – While typing text in a cell, pressing Alt+Enter will move to the next line, allowing for multiple lines          of text in one cell.
  • Alt+= – Creates a formula to sum all of the above cells.
  • Alt+’ – Allows formatting on a dialog box.

 

  • F1 – Opens the help menu.
  • F2 – Edits the selected cell.
  • F3 – After a name has been created, F3 will paste names.
  • F4 – Repeats last action. For example, if you changed the color of text in another cell, pressing F4 will change the text in cell to the same color.
  • F5 – Goes to a specific cell. For example, C6.
  • F6 – Move to the next pane.
  • F7 – Spell check selected text or document.
  • F8 – Enters Extend Mode.
  • F9 – Recalculates every workbook.
  • F10 – Activates the menu bar.
  • F11 – Creates a chart from selected data.
  • F12 – Save As option.

 

  • Shift+F1 – Opens the “What’s This?” window.
  • Shift+F2 – Allows the user to edit a cell comment.
  • Shift+F3 – Opens the Excel formula window.
  • Shift+F5 – Brings up a search box.
  • Shift+F6 – Move to previous pane.
  • Shift+F8 – Add to selection.
  • Shift+F9 – Performs calculate function on active sheet.
  • Ctrl+F3 – Open Excel Name Manager.
  • Ctrl+F4 – Closes current Window.
  • Ctrl+F5 – Restores window size.
  • Ctrl+F6 – Next workbook.
  • Ctrl+Shift+F – Previous workbook.
  • Ctrl+F7 – Moves the window.
  • Ctrl+F8 – Resizes the window.
  • Ctrl+F9 – Minimize current window.
  • Ctrl+F10 – Maximize currently selected window.
  • Ctrl+F11 – Inserts a macro sheet.
  • Ctrl+F12 – Opens a file.
  • Ctrl+Shift+F3 – Creates names by using those of either row or column labels.
  • Ctrl+Shift+F6 – Moves to the previous worksheet window.
  • Ctrl+Shift+F12 – Prints the current worksheet.

 

  • Alt+F1 – Inserts a chart.
  • Alt+F2 – Save As option.
  • Alt+F4 – Exits Excel.
  • Alt+F8 – Opens the macro dialog box.
  • Alt+F11 – Opens the Visual Basic editor.
  • Alt+Shift+F1 – Creates a new worksheet.
  • Alt+Shift+F2 – Saves the current worksheet.

Hum aasha karte hai ki Ms excel shortcut keys ke baare mein jaanke aapki MS Excel ki knowledge badh gayi hogi. Inn shortcuts ko yaad karne ke liye inki practice karna na bhule. Aap jitni excel ki practice karenge aap utne acche se sikh payenge.

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