I know that this could be a stupid question, but was wondering if it could be possible. I would like to select a column by a keyboard shortcut. If I would press a key combination adding the letter of a column as example F, it would select the whole column. I was trying to search for this in google, but no luck.
However, I have not been able to find a solution. I created 2 macros that work using the alt+F8 and enter option as well as the run from the macros menu method. Whenever I try to use the keyboard short cut eg. Ctrl+e it will either not do anything or pause and then select every cell. The codes are below:
Sub Macro5() ' ' Macro5 Macro '
I have tried multiple letter options and have also tried many macros in a new workbook and I cannot get it to run with the keyboard shortcut.
I'm looking at [URL] which gives a lot of keyboard shortcuts, but not specifically what I'm looking for.
It's a basic function, I'm surprised it's not listed. I just want to copy the value of a selected cell via keyboard shortcut (for copy and paste purposes). I don't want the formula, just the value. If it were just text I would typically do CTRL-C and CTRL-V to paste like everyone does 1000 times a day, but in this case it's copying between two otherwise totally unrelated spreadsheets, so having the formula is irrelevant and produces undesired results. I just need the value of the formula.
I need to resize Excel pretty frequently - I need to size the whole Excel app tall and all the way to the left, taking up about a third of my screen - then maximize it - then back to tall and left, etc. I can do it by clicking the "Restore Down" icon in the top right corner, but I can't figure out how to do it using the keyboard.
I've tried Ctrl-F8, Ctrl-F9 and Ctrl-F10, but they all act on individual workbooks within the Excel application. I want to resize the whole Excel application. Does it exist?
What is the best way to highlight all cells in a column from bottom to top?
For example, if I'm in column O, row 138, what keyboard shortcut would I need to select ONLY and ALL cells from the row I'm currently on, (in this example, 138) to row 1 and ONLY in that particular column?
Keep in mind that the next time I may be starting at row 1,200, it could be different everytime.
I tried everything I could think of..
CTRL+A CTRL+SHIFT+A CTRL+HOME CTRL+SHIFT+HOME CTRL+UP ARROW CTRL+SHIFT+UP ARROW CTRL+PAGE UP CTRL+SHIFT+PAGE UP
and nothing worked to select everything in that column from the row I'm currently on, to row 1.
I copy/paste a good enough information and i like to separate these automated information into different colored rows using keyboard shortcuts. I can't use Conditional Formatting, because i have to investigate each piece of information before I color it a certain color.
For example: Color Purple, Green, And Red
Press Ctrl+1 = Color Purple Press Ctrl+2 = Color Green Press Ctrl+3 = Color Red
Is there a Column Filter Drop down Keyboard Shortcut for Excel 2013?
In Excel 2013, is there a keyboard shortcut to access the column filter drop down. For example, if you are on the cell A1, and you select Filter under the data menu and you want to filter column A without using your mouse, is there a keyboard shortcut to do this. I know Alt-A-C, clears the filters, but I want to know if there is a shortcut to access the filters in the column. In case my explanation isn't clear, I have included some screenshot pictures of the filter, before and after it is selected, to show what I am talking about, and what I am trying to accomplish without the mouse.
I know that the shortcut for moving the cursor to cell A1 of an active sheet within a workbook is Ctrl + Home. However, I thought there was a shortcut (using just keystrokes) to do this for all the sheets within the workbook. Is there such a shortcut?