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What tricks can the mouse double-click do in Excel?

In the "Hidden Secrets in Data Analysis with Excel" course, we share with our participants many shortcuts that they can tap on to increase their work productivity in Excel tasks. One of them is to double click on a cell to instantly copy its content down to the last row. Regardless of how many rows you have in the data set, the job is done in just one second.

After a few more double-click tricks, the participants got really excited and ask if we have a compilation of all the double-click tricks in Excel. That gave us the idea to compile this eBook which lists down all the double-click tricks we could think of. Amazingly, we manage to find 19 of them! So if you think that you are a "mouse lover", go ahead and click on this link to request for this eBook. We believe you will like this gift. It's also our way of saying "thank you for staying on our mailing list!"

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I have a column in which I enter numbers e. g. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 as on. Suppose if I remove /deleted any number e. g. 3, then further columns should automatically adjusted as 3 4 5 as on. PLEASE refer attached sheet, so you will get exact idea what do I want. THANKING YOU.

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Author of "Hidden Secrets of Data Analysis with Excel" and 
"Excel Secrets for Highly Effective Marketers"


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