/ Top 5 Excel Shortcuts for the Mac Oct 29 2013 Top 5 Excel Shortcuts for the Mac • •,,,,,, • Many of you are transitioning to Excel for the Mac, and have asked us what our favorite Excel Mac shortcuts are. While our show the 20 most commonly used shortcuts, there are definitely a few gems that really make using Excel on the Mac that much better than the PC. That’s rightI said itExcel for the Mac is better than the PC! Here are the Top 5: 1) Increase/Decrease Font Size – SHIFT+COMMAND+. (increase) SHIFT+COMMAND+, (decrease) The reason why this is the best Mac Excel shortcut is because it doesn’t even exist on the PC!
Quickly increase and decrease the font size without going through the Format Cells menu or clicking on the pesky font size drop-down in the toolbar. 2) Delete Everything in Selected Cells – FN+DELETE Why is it so hard to delete stuff in Excel for the Mac? Press fn+delete and you’ll actually delete everything in your selection and the delete button actually works like it’s intended to work. 3) Create Filter – SHIFT+COMMAND+F You have a list of data and you need to create a filter.
Mac movie maker for windows 10. This Excel tutorial explains how to open the Visual Basic Editor in Excel 2011 for Mac (with screenshots and step-by-step instructions). Jan 10, 2018 - It can be opened by clicking the Visual Basic button on the Developer tab in Excel. The keyboard shortcut to open the VB Editor in any Windows version of Excel is Alt + F11. The shortcut in the Mac version is Opt + F11 or Fn + Opt + F11.
Instead of going through the regular toolbar, navigate to the first row with the field names in your list and hit shift+command+f. 4) Center Align Data – COMMAND+E You have a bunch of cells with data and they are all weirdly aligned. Some are right-aligned and some are left-aligned. The reason why this shortcut is so powerful is because it’s SO EASY to use!
There is no equivalent on the PC; the PC shortcut is ALT, H, A, C! Definitely a lot simpler to hit command+e in my opinion! 5) Autosum a Bunch of Numbers – SHIFT+COMMAND+T We’ve all had to type =SUM(blah blah blah) before to sum a bunch of numbers. This handy shortcut let’s you create the sum automatically without having to type in the formula!
Just go to the empty cell below a bunch of numbers you want to sum and hit shift+command+t and Excel automatically knows which cells you want to sum! In conclusion, Excel for the Mac is pretty powerful Which Excel for Mac shortcuts do you use every day? Which Excel shortcuts on the PC do you wish existed on the Mac?
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Introduction: How to get started Goal of this chapter This chapter provides a high-level description of: • What is Excel VBA? • What prior knowledge you are expected to have when starting the tutorial • How to get Excel VBA to work in your Office version in case it doesn't do so already What is Excel VBA? Excel Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is the programming language embedded in Microsoft Excel that can be used to make sophisticated workbooks or even user-defined applications.
Though at first sight the VBA editing window is less straightforward than the standard worksheet Excel user-interface, in comparison it offers a nearly unlimited level of flexibility and calculation power. As it is a version of Visual Basic specific for Excel there are many pre-defined parts and pieces available for quick and easy programming.
Prior knowledge The only knowledge assumed necessary to follow this tutorial is the normal use of Excel. As long as you are reasonably familiar with Excel then it should be easy to follow the instructions of the tutorial to move around Excel. In case you do not know Excel at all, it is probably better to first explore the already extensive possibilities that Excel offers without the use of VBA. This tutorial is especially aimed at those with good knowledge of Excel who can substantially upgrade their work with only a bit of VBA knowledge.
Preparations Firstly you need to have Visual Basic for Excel installed on your computer. In my experience it is included already when you have followed the standard installation of Excel, for both WIndows and Mac versions. Only in Windows Excel 2007 you might need to add it from the installation disc. A quick way to test on either operating system if you have Visual Basic installed is to press ALT+F11. If the VBA editing window opens you are ok, otherwise go you will have to install VBA. For Windows Excel 2007 you can do that in the Office installation, which you reach (on Windows) via 'Control Panel -> Add/Remove Software -> Change Microsoft Office -> Office Shared Features' and follow the instructions. Secondly, the macro security level needs to be set low enough in order for macros to be permitted to run on your computer.