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Excel Shortcuts to Cut, Copy, Paste, & Paste Values.

Excel Shortcuts to Cut, Copy, Paste, & Paste Values.

Posted: September 7, 2015

How to Quickly Insert multiple blank rows or columns in Excel.

To quickly insert multiple rows in Excel it makes more sense to use a mouse shortcut. You can insert multiple blank rows all at once with the following steps:

Step 1: Select the number of rows you want to insert.

Step 2: Right click the selected rows, and choose the Insert item in the context menu, see this video demonstration below:

Alternatively, you can insert one row (right click and select ‘insert’) and then press F4 as many times as you need. This works when you are too lazy to count rows.

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