Windows shortcuts in blue. Samsung syncmaster monitor driver. Mac shortcuts in red. Editing Copy ctrl+ c ctrl+ c Paste ctrl+ v ctrl+ v Undo ctrl+ z ctrl+ z Redo ctrl+ y ctrl+ y File Open ctrl+ o ctrl+ o New ctrl+ n ctrl+ n Print ctrl+ p ctrl+ p Save ctrl+ s ctrl+ s Save as f12 ⌘+ shift+ s Go to next workbook ctrl+ tab ⌘+ ~ Close file ctrl+ f4 ctrl+ w Close all open Excel files alt+ f4 ctrl+ q Ribbon Show ribbon accelerator keys alt Show/hide ribbon ctrl+ f1 ⌘+ opt+ r Formatting Open Format dialog ctrl+ 1 ⌘+ 1 Bold ctrl+ b ⌘+ b Italic ctrl+ i ⌘+ i Underline ctrl+ u ⌘+ u Number format ctrl+ shift +! Ctrl+ shift +! Chloe, Unfortunately for a Mac, that command does not exist, but there are ways to get close to the Windows functionality: a) You can Enable Ctrl + Arrows by disabling Mission Control settings on your Mac by following these steps: 1. Go to System Preferences > Keyboard. Go to “Keyboard shortcuts” tab.
Click “Mission Control” in the left window. Expand the “Mission Control” tab in the right window and click off “Move left a space” and “Move right a space” b) You can enable Ctrl+Spacebar for highlighting columns by disabling Spotlight Search 1. System Preferences > Keyboard.
Excel for Mac - Customize your keyboard shortcuts Hi Insiders - There's a feature in the latest Insider Fast update of Excel for Mac that many people have been asking for. For users with mobility or vision disabilities, keyboard shortcuts can be easier than using the touchscreen and are an essential alternative to using a mouse. This article itemizes the keyboard shortcuts for Excel for Mac. Many of the shortcuts that use the Ctrl key on a Windows keyboard also work with the Control key in Excel for Mac.