How to use shortcut keys to select rows/columns/data/tabs in Excel?
This tutorial is talking about the shortcut keys to select entire row/column/sheet or active data range in Excel.
Select one row or multiple rows
To select an entire row, you just need to select one cell, then press Shift + Space keys together, then the entire row where the selected cell in is selected.
If you want to select multiple rows (contiguous rows), you can select one row first, then press Shift + ↓ or Shift + ↑ to expand the selection.
Select one column or multiple columns
To select an entire column, you just need to select one cell, then press Ctrl + Space keys together, then the entire column where the selected cell in is selected.
If you want to select multiple columns (contiguous columns), you can select one column first, then press Shift + ← or Shift + → to expand the selection.
To select only all active data range, you need to select the first cell in the range first, then press Shift + Ctrl + End keys.
If you want to select the entire worksheet, select one cell in the worksheet, and press shortcut keys Ctrl + A, then the entire active worksheet is selected.
To select all worksheet tabs of a workbook, just select the first worksheet tab in the workbook, , hold Shift key and select the last one tab, now all the worksheet tabs are selected.
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