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This post will explain 7 keyboard shortcuts for the filter drop-down menus. This includes my new favorite shortcut, and it’s one that I think you will really like!
This article explains all the possible ways to apply font or fill (background or shading) colors using keyboard shortcuts, including a way to customize your own.
I have done extensive research on this issue, and this article is a collection of all the solutions you will find on the web. So this should save you some time in your search for an answer.
This post contains a video and interactive guide on how to use slicers (free download).
You can use this if you are distributing a file that contains slicers, and want to provide instructions to your users.
The free Chart Alignment Add-in for Excel allows you to quickly align the objects within a chart. The chart titles, labels, and legends can be moved using the arrow keys on the keyboard or with the alignment buttons in the add-in window.
This post will explain keyboard shortcuts to access the Error Checking, Paste Options, and Quick Analysis menus using the Menu Key on the keyboard. You will learn keyboard shortcuts for converting text to numbers, ignoring errors, pasting values, and more..
This add-in will help you filter and analyze results for long formulas using SumIfs, CountIfs, or AverageIfs functions, and it’s FREE!
This post explains how to quickly create absolute references for table formulas using the Absolute References Add-in. This add-in will save you time when writing formulas with structured references (table syntax), and it’s FREE!