Ctrl + A - Select All
Ctrl + B - Bold
Ctrl + C - Copy
Ctrl + D - Fill
Ctrl + F - Find
Ctrl + G - Bold
Ctrl + H - Replace
Ctrl + I - Italic
Ctrl + K - Insert a hyperlink
Ctrl + N - New workbook
Ctrl + O - Open
Ctrl + P - Print
Ctrl + R - Nothing right
Ctrl + S - Save
Ctrl + U - Underlined
Ctrl + V - Paste
Ctrl + W - Close
Ctrl + X - Cut
Ctrl + Y - Repeat
Ctrl + Z - Cancel
F1 - Help
F2 - Edition
F3 - Paste the name
F4 - Repeat the last action
F4 - When entering a formula, switch between absolute / relative references
F5 - Goto
F6 - Next Pane
F7 - Spell Check
F8 - Extension of the mode
F9 - Recalculate all workbooks
F10 - Activate Menubar
F11 - New graph
F12 - Save As
Ctrl +: - Insert the current time
Ctrl +; - Insert the current date
Ctrl + "- Copy the value of the cell above
Ctrl + '- Copy the formula from the cell above
Shift - Offset Adjustment for Additional Functions in the Excel Menu
Shift + F1 - What is it?
Shift + F2 - Edit cell comment
Shift + F3 - Paste the function into the formula
Shift + F4 - Search Next
Shift + F5 - Find
Shift + F6 - Previous Panel
Shift + F8 - Add to the selection
Shift + F9 - Calculate the active worksheet
Shift + F10 - Popup menu display
Shift + F11 - New spreadsheet
Shift + F12 - Save
Ctrl + F3 - Set name
Ctrl + F4 - Close
Ctrl + F5 - XL, size of the restore window
Ctrl + F6 - Next Workbook Window
Shift + Ctrl + F6 - Previous Workbook Window
Ctrl + F7 - Move window
Ctrl + F8 - Resize Window
Ctrl + F9 - Minimize the workbook
Ctrl + F10 - Maximize or Restore Window
Ctrl + F11 - Inset 4.0 Macro sheet
Ctrl + F1 - Open File
Alt + F1 - Insert a graph
Alt + F2 - Save As
Alt + F4 - Output
Alt + F8 - Macro dialog
Alt + F11 - Visual Basic Editor
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