Last Updated on April 20, 2020
How often do you use keyboard shortcuts in Windows or in other programs? If you don’t, then you don’t know what you’re missing. They are such a time saver! I’m so excited about such methods of improving my working speed, that I’ve even published No-Mouse Microsoft Excel, an Amazon Kindle book. The book includes a lot of keyboard shortcuts which I believe are essential for Excel users who want to do more work in less time.
Shortcuts are organized into chapters such as Handling Files and Folders, Workspace Customization, Cell Editing and Formatting, Cell Selection, Cursor Positioning etc. This is good because it will help you remember them easier. There a small explanation for each shortcut, but I didn’t include any screenshots to illustrate the actions. Anyway, most of them are probably clear enough, therefore I felt like rather giving you the list instead of filling heaps of space with redundant information.
If you bought my book and you have questions about anything in it, just ask me in the comments below and I’ll give you all the details you need.
Special Promotion: Download No-Mouse Excel for free
For the next 90 days, my book is enrolled in Amazon’s KDP Select program. This means it’s part of the Kindle Owner’s Lending Library, therefore Amazon Prime members who have a Kindle can borrow it for free. It also means that I can choose five days to give the book for free to my readers. I’ve chosen October 11th – October 15th for my promotion and I invite you all to get my book and use it to improve your Excel skills. I would very much appreciate if you could write a short review of my book on Amazon. I’m going to use your feedback to improve this book, as well as to design the other books in the No-Mouse Guides series. Depending on your location, the promotion might kick in sooner or later.
Why a Kindle book? What if I want a hard copy
There were a few reasons to go for a Kindle book and not a paper one. First of all, if you didn’t know, find out that you can read Kindle books on your PC or Mac in Amazon’s Kindle Cloud Reader. It opens the books in your browser. I find it more convenient to have information handy this way rather than having paper books on my desk. Anyway, if you miss the print, I’ve got good news for you: the paper edition is on its way. I’m currently working on the covers, because they require a special formatting. There will probably be a few more days of work, but I’ll let you know when it will become available. Meanwhile, have fun with the Kindle edition and don’t forget I’m looking forward to seeing your reviews on Amazon 😉