Every advanced Excel user in history will tell you the same sad story. First, you discover basic keyboard shortcuts (like F2), then you learn about Pivot Tables and VLookup and feel pretty accomplished. But then you go on to learn about Array / Matrix formulas, and eventually you put the entire list of Excel keyboard shortcuts under your pillow at night because you just can’t live without them.
But sooner or later, you’ll be annoyed by certain mouse clicks that you just can’t get rid of, no matter how many shortcuts you learn.
|Increase Font Size||Ctrl+Shift+F|
|Decrease Font Size||Ctrl+Shift+G|
|Border – Top||Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Arrow-Up|
|Border – Bottom||Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Arrow-Down|
|Border – Left||Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Arrow-Left|
|Border – Right||Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Arrow-Right|
|Border – Outline||Ctrl+Shift+7|
|Border – None||Ctrl+Shift+-|
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Background: After developing ‘KeyRocket Custom Shortcuts’, we realized that most users need the same ‘most frequent’ custom shortcuts. So, instead of having everybody assign their own shortcut, we decided we’d take the established industry standards and implement them as defaults.
If you haven’t already done so, be sure to get your Free Download of KeyRocket to master keyboard shortcuts and take advantage of these additional shortcuts that Microsoft forgot.
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- Press Release (PDF) – ‘The Shortcuts Microsoft Forgot’ – Add your own keyboard shortcuts to Excel, PowerPoint, and Visual Studio with KeyRocket
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- The Missing Keyboard Shortcuts fir Excel