MS Excel 2016 Shortcuts Explanation 5th Part

This is the 5th part of shortcuts explanation series used in Microsoft Excel 2016. I will be explaining shortcuts for alignment in Excel 2016. I hope this will help you become more efficient user in Excel. Like before I have tested all of these shortcuts in latest version of MS Excel 2016.

Note; If you are following my posts you don’t need to re-read the following points.

Points to consider:

  • Some of these shortcuts might not work in all versions of Microsoft Word (As I was able to test these only in MS Word 2016).
  • Device without function keys (F1-F12) on its keyboard i.e. Chromebook, certain shortcuts will not work for you.
  • The plus sign means you have to press both mentioned keys together.

  1. Align Left: Alt Then H Then AL

  • Use this generic shortcut to align the cell content to left.
  1. Align Center: Alt Then H Then AC    

  • Use this generic shortcut to align the cell content to center.
  1. Align Right: Alt Then H Then AR    

  • Use this generic shortcut to align the cell content to center.
  1. Align Top: Alt Then H Then AT    

  • Use this generic shortcut to align the cell content to appear on top.
  1. Align Middle: Alt Then H Then AM

  • Use this generic shortcut to align the cell content to centered between top and bottom.
  1. Align Bottom:Alt Then H Then AB

  • Use this generic shortcut to align the cell content to bottom.

Notes:

  •    These shortcut key also works in MS Word too, though there are better shortcut key for it.
  • •    Also Note that this shortcut will not work if you have changed the cell format i.e. general to accounting etc.
  • •    Press the above keys one at a time.

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