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 How to move chart with arrow keys in Excel?

In Excel, we can use the arrow (Up, Down, Left, Right) keys on the keyboard to move the picture, shape as quickly as you need. However, when moving the chart by using these arrows keys, it will not work well. This article, I will talk about an easy trick to finish this job in Excel.

Move chart with arrow keys in Excel

Move chart with arrow keys in Excel

You can move chart by using the Up, Down, Left, Right arrow keys with following steps:

1. Hold the Ctrl key, and then left click on the chart by mouse, and four circles will appear on each corner of the chart as following screenshot shown:

2. And now, you can use the arrow keys on the keyboard to move the chart as you need.

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