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Work with Formulas

The key combinations used to create formulas and names quickly are listed in the table below.

Shortcut Description
CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER Creates an array formula.
CTRL+ENTER Creates a shared formula.
ALT+PLUS (+) Inserts the SUM function in the active cell.
SHIFT+F3 Invokes the Insert Function dialog.
CTRL+ ` Toggles between displaying cell values and formulas on a worksheet.
CTRL+SHIFT+U Toggles between expanding and collapsing the Formula Bar.
F4 Cycles through all the various types of cell references, when a cell reference is selected or edited in the Formula Bar or cell in-place editor.
F9 Calculates the entire workbook.
SHIFT+F9 Calculates the active worksheet.
CTRL+ALT+F9 Calculates the entire workbook, regardless of whether its data has changed since the last calculation.
CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+F9 Calculates the entire workbook, regardless of whether its data has changed since the last calculation, and rebuilds the dependencies.
CTRL+F3 Invokes the Name Manager dialog to define a name.
CTRL+SHIFT+F3 Creates names from row and column labels.

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